A project in Cleveland uses farming to help refugees resettle.
Our current food system is set up in a way that offers the least to those who it most depends on: farmers. A few recommendations for how companies can give those who grow our food, their fair share.
Justice delayed, rights denied: The real consequences of the World Bank’s delayed mining decision for Salvadorans
A decision on the Oceanagold vs. El Salvador case is a year overdue, and not only is it frustrating, it’s creating serious problems for communities near the mine. Salvadoran activists weigh in.
Women’s right to decide: why oil, gas, and mining companies aren’t doing enough, and how that can change
To truly secure community consent, companies need to adopt policies and practices that ensure the whole community – not just half of it – is able to participate.
The House Committee on Foreign Affairs is not wasting any time taking up foreign aid transparency legislation.
Just one week after it began, Oxfam’s new campaign focused on poultry workers is already seeing real change, and is working for more.
Chocolate companies are protesting a recent child labor lawsuit against them, saying the suit itself will discourage investment and corporate human rights efforts. We don’t buy it.
Decoding the commitments: Three ways to tell if Behind the Brands companies are setting meaningful climate mitigation targets
Food and beverage companies have said a lot about what they’re doing to mitigate the effects of climate change – but how do you know those commitments will really matter?
Despite the fact that commodity growers in the US have it quite good in the global trade game, leveling the playing field for farmers in the developing world still seems to be a longshot.