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Map shows Carnival ships put Arctic, Subarctic species at risk

Press Release | February 6, 2019
SAN FRANCISCO — A groundbreaking new interactive map released today by the international Clean Up Carnival coalition shows that nearly half of Carnival Corporation cruise ships traveling through the...

Do You Want to Help Protect the Arctic?

Blog Post | December 20, 2018 | Kevin Harun, Arctic Program Director
Last February, Indigenous and environmental allies and I sat at a table in London with international policy makers. We had a proposal between us to protect communities and wildlife...

Building Zero Waste Campaigns in Vietnam

Blog Post | November 13, 2018 | Nicole Portley, Marine Campaigner
Southeast Asia, and especially Vietnam, is becoming the world’s new dumping ground. Following China’s recent import ban on recyclables, the influx of shipments of international plastic waste has been...

Check Out Grassroots Coal Films

Blog Post | November 7, 2018 | Alex Levinson, Executive Director
Grassroots activists are at the forefront of the fight for a just transition to clean energy. This fight has only become more urgent with the recent U.N. report by...

Stop Polluting the Arctic, Indigenous Leaders Tell Carnival

Blog Post | October 24, 2018 | Domenique Zuber
If you signed our petition demanding that cruise ship operator Carnival clean up its dirty ships, your voice is now being heard in the hallways of corporate power. This...

Arctic Indigenous Leaders to Carnival: Stop Polluting the Arctic

Press Release | October 24, 2018
24 October 2018, Southampton, UK – This morning, a delegation of Arctic Indigenous leaders and marine and environmental experts delivered a petition signed by 104,000 concerned people from countries...