Solidarity and care in the middle of this pandemic

Solidarity and care in the middle of this pandemic  Dear GAIA members, Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19 pandemic, the GAIA coordination team wants to let you know that we care greatly about your safety and we are monitoring the situation as best we...

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Chemicals in food packaging: a global health threat

Environment groups in Asia Pacific call on policy makers to beef up single-use plastics ban; phase-out toxic chemicals from food packaging; and mandate safe, reusable alternatives Australia/India/Malaysia/Nepal/Philippines—Close to 200 environmental and public health...

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It’s Time for America to Wake Up and Smell the Garbage

U.S. & Canada Regional Coordinator Denise Patel To Speak Out on Waste, Climate, and Environmental Justice at the Environment and Climate Change Subcommittee Wednesday, March 4 As the U.S. grapples with more and more climate-related disasters, along with a...

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COP 25: A Failure to Face the Climate Emergency

By Sirine Rached, GAIA Global Policy Advocate  2019 saw intensifying climate chaos and mobilization for decisive action. Days before COP25 was due to start in Madrid under Chile’s presidency, the UN Environment Programme announced that countries had to cut their...

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GAIA Member Victories in 2019!

2019 was an exciting year for the GAIA network. Our members’ achievements were too numerous to count, so we put a few highlights here. What are YOUR big victories of 2019? Write to us at info@no-burn.org or tag us on social media! We helped pass groundbreaking new...

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Texas Campaign for the Environment

A Texas Free From Pollution   Texas Campaign for the Environment (TCE) has been organizing around its vision for a “Texas free from pollution” since 1991. In its early years, TCE helped get recycling and household waste in major Texas cities. In 2001, TCE helped close...

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