Greenpeace: SpongeBob Tells BP – Back Off The Amazon Reef Campaign

Don’t Panic Partners has created a new campaign for Greenpeace, in the wake of consortium of oil companies including BP and Total being weeks away from getting permission to drill for oil close to the barely explored Amazon Reef. A consortium of oil companies including BP and Total may be only a few weeks away from getting permission to drill for oil close to the barely explored Amazon Reef. Scientific experts have raised concern about plans to drill in the Amazon Mouth Basin, as the companies admit there is up…

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Thai Union commits to more sustainable, socially-responsible seafood

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Thai Union Group PCL has committed to measures that will tackle illegal fishing and overfishing, as well as improve the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of workers throughout the company’s supply chains. Thai Union’s new commitments build upon its sustainability strategy SeaChange®, including efforts to support best practice fisheries, improve other fisheries, reduce illegal and unethical practices in its global supply chains, and bring more responsibly-caught tuna to key markets. The announcement follows a global Greenpeace campaign, which previously saw both Mars and Nestle also committing to positive change. “This…

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Following Greenpeace Campaign Mars and Nestlé commit to clean up pet food supply chains

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Both Mars and Nestle have been criticised in the past for their ethical decisions so it is good to report on a positive ethical decision, they have made with the help of Greenpeace. Following global pressure on pet food companies, industry giants Mars and Nestlé have announced that they will take steps to ensure their pet food supply chains are free of human rights abuses and illegally caught seafood. Their commitments to act on transshipping at sea increase the need for global seafood giant Thai Union, a supplier for both…

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