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On Thin Ice

ON THIN ICE: EXPOSING A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR NHL DEAL TO PROMOTE SUPER-POLLUTANTS AS “SUSTAINABLE” Washington DC – Today the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) released On Thin Ice: How the NHL is Cheating the Climate. The report uncovers an agreement by the National Hockey League (NHL) to accept around two million dollars from a chemical producer, […]

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On Thin Ice

  EIA’s investigative report On Thin Ice: How the NHL is Cheating the Climate exposes an arrangement to promote climate misinformation and greenwash super-pollutant hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants involving the National Hockey League and chemical producer Chemours. At a time when science unequivocally tells us that we need immediate and large-scale reductions in greenhouse gases to […]

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U.S. Center COP26 – Securing the Climate Benefits of the Global HFC Phasedown

  Watch above or directly on Youtube!EIA’s Executive Director Alexander von Bismarck participated in a U.S. side event at COP 26. EPA Administrator Michael Regan hosted the event with participation from other environmental leaders from Japan, Canada, and the European Union to discuss preventing markets for illegal trade in Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) under the implementation of […]

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KT Tunstall Address to COP26

  Singer and songwriter KT Tunstall addresses leaders at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) and urges global leadership on preventing deforestation and violence in Indigenous communities by supporting and investing in Indigenous land management and global accountability.  

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EIA denounces FSC move to reinstate Austrian multinational HS Timber

As the COP climate talks begin in Glasgow, the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is opening its doors to one of Europe’s worst forest offenders, HS Timber Group. The FSC had disassociated from the company in 2017 following a formal complaint from WWF Germany citing illegal logging in Romania’s forests. Despite the company’s failure to gain […]

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Orangutans in Crisis

  Orangutans are in crisis. Asia’s only species of great ape are declining rapidly due to habitat loss, illegal killing, and wildfires. Found on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra, all three species of orangutans (Bornean, Sumatran and Tapanuli) are classified as Critically Endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). An estimated […]