On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we must center the concerns of Indigenous and frontline communities across the globe. They are doing everything in their power to protect their rights, their territories, their cultures, and our collective futures. We join them to demand that we #BuildBackFossilFree.Learn more
Achieving a living income for small-scale farmers requires changes at all points of the food supply chain (and beyond)
As global food supply chains span across the world, it’s incumbent on food and agriculture companies to ensure that people who produce the food we eat are able to earn a living income. A new report from Oxfam explores how companies can do better to support farmers and their families.
The food sector spans the globe: seafood from Thailand, sugar from India, cocoa from Ghana, and coffee from Brazil. But this global reach brings problems: poor working conditions and low wages, forced labor, child labor, gender inequality, and violation of community rights to land. What’s a responsible investor to do?
The tax portion of the Ways & Means Build Back Better plan is a gift to US multinational corporations paid for by domestic businesses.