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CA gas leak worse than BP oil spill

Stop the Gas Leak Worse Than the BP Oil Spill
The massive gas leak near Porter Ranch, Los Angeles has been ongoing for months, with 5 times the climate impact as burning all of the oil spilled by BP in the Gulf of Mexico. The company says it will continue for several more months.

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Hasbro & Disney: Stop Exploiting Toy Workers

Hasbro & Disney: Stop Exploiting Toy Workers
A new report found workers in Disney and Hasbro supplier factories suffer from workplace illnesses, injuries, and work excessive overtime, without protective gear. Tell these toy companies to stop exploiting workers!

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Tell Congress to Reject the TTIP Trade Deal
The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) governing trade between the US and European Union will further the corporate influence over the worldwide food system and increase the use of genetically engineered (GE) crops and pesticides.

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Tell Congress to Reject the TPP

Tell Congress to Reject the TPP
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) governing trade in the Pacific will negatively impact food safety, workers’ rights, and the environment. We must protect ourselves and stand up against corporate interests.

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Tell Darden Restaurants to Serve Healthy, Green, and Fair Food
Darden Restaurants—owner of Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Seasons 52, and The Capital Grille—is the #1 casual-dining operator in terms of revenue. Ask Darden to serve greener meals that are better for our health, the planet, and workers!

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Tell Kraft to Remove GMOs from Miracle Whip
Most mayo contains genetically engineered (referred to as GE or GMO) ingredients. These mayos are also frequently made from factory farmed eggs. Tell Kraft to get the GMOs out of, and get humanely produced eggs into, Miracle Whip.

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Amazon.com: Time to Act on Climate Change
Amazon.com’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the single largest provider of cloud computing services, host to companies such as Netflix, Pinterest, the Wall Street Journal, and many more. However, in terms of renewable energy use, AWS lags behind almost every other company that operates data centers on a large scale. Now is the time for AWS to build a greener, cleaner cloud—powered by renewable energy.

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Tell Godiva: Purchase Cocoa Beans Made Without Child Labor
Other high-end chocolate companies use third-party certifcation to ensure that their products aren't tainted with child slave labor and the exploitation of cocoa-producing communities, but Godiva does not.
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Tell Sabra Hummus: Stop Mixing in the GMOs
Sabra hummus contains soybean oil and citric acid, both from likely genetically engineered crops. Sabra's parent company, PepsiCo, is one of the largest supporters of the anti-GMO labeling movement, fighting consumer’s right to know.

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Tell FERC: Stop Approving Extreme Energy Extraction
More and more communities are experiencing the harmful impacts of gas fracking and tar sands, including poisoned air and water, ruined infrastructure, earthquakes, and home evacuations.
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Tell Costco to End Slavery in Thai Fishing
In June 2014, the Guardian reported that the Thai fishing industry was fueled by slaves working for no pay, sometimes trapped on boats for years on end. Workers who managed to escape spoke of 20-hour shifts, regular beatings, torture, and execution-style killings. Some were even given methamphetamines to keep them going. Whether or not you eat shrimp, you can agree this treatment is unacceptable.
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Samsung: Stop Worker Abuse in Your Supplier Factories!
Workers in Samsung’s facilities in China and Korea work long hours for little pay and often do not have adequate safety training or equipment to keep themselves safe on the job. Hundreds of former Samsung workers have become ill after working with dangerous chemicals in its plants in Korea. Recently, children younger than 16 were found to be working in a Samsung facility in Dongguan, China.
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Kraft: Respect the Planet. Stop the Pouch!
An estimated 1.4 billion Capri Sun pouches are landfilled or littered each year in the United States. Stacked end to end, that’s enough pouches to wrap around the Earth almost five times (121,527 miles). It’s nearly half-way to the moon! Tell Capri Sun manufacturer Kraft Foods to take responsibility for its packaging waste.
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Tell Apple:
Protect Workers from Dangerous Chemicals

There are hundreds of chemicals routinely used in electronics manufacturing processes—some are known carcinogens and reproductive toxins, and others are largely untested.  Manufacturers do not readily disclose the chemicals they are using. Protective gear and rigorous trainings on safe handling are often not enforced, and problems of exposure are sometimes not detected until workers are already sick.
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Tell Starbucks:
Serve Only Organic, Non-GMO Milk

With more than 20,000 retail locations throughout the world, Starbucks is a company uniquely positioned to trigger major supply-chain shifts when it makes changes to the products in its stores. Plus, Starbucks already serves organic soymilk. Green America's GMO Inside campaign calls on Starbucks to switch to serving all-organic dairy products as well. 
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Tell Dean Foods: We Want Better Butter
Dean Foods claims that their white milk does not contain GMOs, while sourcing their dairy from cows raised on genetically modified feed. It's time to get the GMOs completely out of their supply chain.
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