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P&G's Board Needs an Overhaul

Expert BlogWashington, D.C.Shelley Vinyard
Descendants of P&G's founders are calling for their fellow shareholders to oppose four members of P&G's Board of Directors because of the company's unsustainable sourcing practices.

NRDC Sets Region Specific Water Targets for Each Office

Expert BlogUnited States, New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Bozeman, Beijing, San Francisco, Santa MonicaMaria McCain

NRDC has seen a steady decline in total water usage institution-wide and has taken steps to advance water stewardship.

Black Walden Came First. Thoreau, After.

DispatchMassachusettsCourtney Lindwall
A little-known community of formerly enslaved Black residents in Concord, Massachusetts, took up home in Walden Woods long before Henry David Thoreau arrived. Today, local activists are working to ensure the stories of Black Walden stay alive.

House Doubles Down on Pebble Mine

Expert BlogWashington, D.C., United StatesTaryn Kiekow Heimer
Leaders of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure requested records about the proposed Pebble Mine to determine whether Pebble executives duped Congress, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the public about the size and scope of the project.

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