The ECOreport reposts news that Consumer Goods companies pledge to end deforestation
Originally Published on Greenpeace Energydesk
By Emma Howard
Most members of a trillion dollar alliance of consumer goods companies are failing to establish comprehensive policies to quash deforestation in their supply chains, a new report shows.
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By Roy Hales
Though the number of active wildfires increased to 240, of which 17 are classified as “active fires of note,”the province was no longer covered by smoke. Port Hardy’s evacuation order has been rescinded. There was rain in some of the most critical areas last night and today. Aside from Whistler, which is still “5” (moderate), the province’s Air Quality Health Index has dropped to 2’s and 3’s. BC’s fire situation appears to be improving.
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Photo Essay Of Protests In Sacramento & Los Angeles
Originally Published on Indybay.com & Daily KOS
By Dan Bacher
The outrage over the bottling of California water by Nestlé, Walmart and other big corporations during a record drought has become viral on social media and national and international media websites over the past couple of months.
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