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Green Groups Oppose Amendments to SB488 (Bradford)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 22, 2017 Today, twelve environmental organizations submitted a letter to members of the California state... Read More

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Minamata Convention Enters into Force, Mercury Bans Become International Law

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 16, 2017 Today, the Minamata Convention, the world’s first legally binding global agreement to reduce... Read More

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As NAFTA Negotiations Open, Doors Close on Transparency

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 16, 2017 Today, negotiations for NAFTA begin. This comes amid an unfortunate, but now predictable,... Read More

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Green Groups Stand Together to Protect Climate Risk Carbon Initiative

A few weeks ago, California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones fired back against a group of twelve oil and coal...

Blog

Latest Red Flag for Investors: Climate Lawsuit for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia

On August 7, 2017 two shareholders of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) filed suit in the Federal Court...

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Aramco Opens, Fossil Fuel Age Closes

The Saudi government, in an effort to modernize and diversify the economy of Saudi Arabia, is planning to bring...

Publications

CETA Threatens EU and Members States’ Ability to Effectively Regulate the Dangers of Pesticides (July 2017)

The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is an agreement between the EU, its Member States, and Canada.... Read More

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Delivering on the Paris Promises: Combating Climate Change while Protecting Rights

The adoption and the rapid entry into force of the Paris Agreement constituted a significant step towards a global... Read More

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Analysis of OECD WPMN Dossiers Regarding the Availability of Data to Evaluate and Regulate Risk (Dec 2016)

   ANALYSIS OF OECD SUBSTANCE TESTING PROGRAMME NANOMATERIALS DOSSIERS The Sponsorship Testing Programme of the Working Party on Manufactured... Read More

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