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BEYOND WORDS

A Framework for Responsible Private Sector Action on Sustainable Cooling

Recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reporting shows the suite of government contributions to curb greenhouse gas emissions alone are not enough to put us on a path to limit warming to 1.5°C. Private sector investment and actions can make vital contributions to this effort and yet must be developed within a framework that […]

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New EIA Report: Beyond Words – A Framework for Private Sector Action on Sustainable Cooling

BONN: Today, the Environmental Investigation Agency U.S. is releasing a new report Beyond Words: A Framework for Responsible Private Sector Action on Sustainable Cooling, calling for private sector commitments on cooling to be meaningful enough to tackle the climate crisis. “The scale of the climate crisis necessitates the private sector to go beyond toothless commitments. Corporate […]

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Happy Earth Day 2023

 We invite you to be a part of EIA’s efforts to protect the planet by supporting our Forest, Climate, and Wildlife conservation work. Your contribution can play a crucial role in protecting the natural world from illegal logging, poaching, and other environmental crimes. By working together, we can help preserve old-growth forests, safeguard endangered […]

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Climate Polluter Alert for Community Ice Rinks

Comparing Natural vs. Synthetic Coolants in Canada

Has your community ice rink been told synthetic coolants like Opteon are “environmentally friendly?” Community ice rinks throughout North America are the targets of climate misinformation and greenwashing by companies seeking to profit by encouraging a switch to synthetic coolants which dramatically warm the planet and contain “forever chemicals.” Synthetic coolants, known as HFCs or […]

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Dangerous Climate Pollutant Leaks Uncovered in NYC Supermarket Chain

New York City, NY – A new report from the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) in partnership with the climate group 350NYC.org uncovers what appear to be significant emissions of super-pollutant greenhouse gases from the local NYC supermarket chain Gristedes. Invisible leaks of refrigerants from supermarket cooling systems are a major source of climate pollution. According […]