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On September 20, millions of students—and the adults who support them—will walk out of classrooms, from DC to Delhi, for the highly anticipated Global . Could this be a turning point in history? These 5 young climate activists say it must be.
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ISEAL Sep 16
Join us, and , next week to discuss what we know about the differences credible sustainability standards can make in the lives of smallholders
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Green Industry Platform Sep 13
The latest from 's Alex Morgan on how and help everyone win ➡️
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
THANK YOU from all of us here at the Rainforest Alliance—not only for your generous support but also for keeping the attention on the crisis.
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
we'd like to invite you to attend a special event on Sept. 21 in NYC, convening Amazonian indigenous leaders, Brazilian scientists, NGOs, & business leaders focused on actions to protect the Amazon. Please email bwienke@ra.org for more info on speakers & topics!
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
we'd like to invite you to attend a special event on Sept. 21 in NYC, convening Amazonian indigenous leaders, Brazilian scientists, NGOs, & business leaders focused on actions to protect the Amazon. Please email bwienke@ra.org for more info on speakers & topics!
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NRDC 🌎 Sep 16
"Today, we are at an important turning point. The changing climate is no longer an abstract threat lurking in our distant future — it is upon us...And with that comes a new urgency, and a new opportunity, to act."
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
we'd like to invite you to attend a special event on Sept. 21 in NYC, convening Amazonian indigenous leaders, Brazilian scientists, NGOs, & business leaders focused on actions to protect the Amazon. Please email bwienke@ra.org for more info on speakers & topics!
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
we'd like to invite you to attend a special event on Sept. 21 in NYC, convening Amazonian indigenous leaders, Brazilian scientists, NGOs, & business leaders focused on actions to protect the Amazon. Please email bwienke@ra.org for more info on speakers & topics!
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
we'd like to invite you to attend a special event on Sept. 21 in NYC, convening Amazonian indigenous leaders, Brazilian scientists, NGOs, & business leaders focused on actions to protect the Amazon. Please email bwienke@ra.org for more info on speakers & topics!
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
we'd like to invite you to attend a special event on Sept. 21 in NYC, convening Amazonian indigenous leaders, Brazilian scientists, NGOs, & business leaders, focused on actions to protect the Amazon. Please email bwienke@ra.org for more info on speakers & topics!
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
This Friday, millions of young people will take to the streets for the Global , demanding immediate climate action from our world leaders. Here's how you can stand behind them and let their voices ring out!
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 16
hi Bari, following up on the pitch about the Brazilian Amazon we sent you today. It’s time sensitive so we need a response soon. Thanks!
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Vox Sep 16
The rainforest came dangerously close to being called the “Tropical Moist Forest”
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 13
In recent years, scientists and climate policy experts alike have confirmed that saving and restoring —especially tropical forests—are essential to warding off the worst effects of . But how exactly do forests affect ?
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 12
Paleoecology—the study of ancient environments—offers insight into how the first Amazonian peoples manipulated fire in the landscape, the effects of those fires on the forest’s ecology, and lessons that might help to prevent modern fires. via
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 11
We need . As part of the , we are calling on companies to apply the to eliminate ecosystem destruction and human rights violations from their commodity supply chains. Read our call to action in full here:
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 10
Do you think of tropical forests as faraway places that have nothing to do with your daily life? Think again. You rely on forests, like the , more than you know.
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Rainforest Alliance Sep 9
Good news: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, and Suriname have agreed on measures to protect the Amazon river basin, such as setting up a disaster response network, satellite monitoring, and reforestation efforts. via
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The Accountability Framework initiative Sep 5
To protect the Amazon, ethical supply chain commitments must include halting deforestation and respecting the rights of indigenous groups. The provides a roadmap for companies committed to making ethical supply chains a reality.
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