Author Archives: Erik Prieto

Research Manager, Rainforest Action Network

RAN is committed to pushing back against corporate power, challenging bad public policy on climate & energy, and continuing to punch above our weight. Our Climate and Energy Program campaigns to keep fossil fuels in the ground and persuade corporate targets, including the world’s largest banks and insurance companies, to develop and implement comprehensive climate, environmental, and human rights policies to guide their lending and underwriting.

Banks Campaigner, Rainforest Action Network

RAN is seeking a collaborative campaigner to join our Climate and Energy (C&E) Team. RAN’s C&E program campaigns to keep fossil fuels in the ground and move corporate targets — including the world’s largest banks and insurance companies— to develop and implement comprehensive climate, environmental, and human rights policies to guide their lending and underwriting to address the climate crisis. The banks campaign is currently focused on the largest Wall Street Banks, including JPMorgan Chase.

What We Found at the Intersection of Gender Justice & Climate Justice

We are excited to announce the upcoming release of our report on the intersection of gender justice and climate justice!

This research came about because some of us noticed a pointed silence around the issues of women, femmes, and gender diverse people in the climate justice arena, while others were noticing that folks were woefully unaware of the threat climate crisis poses for those marginalized along the axis of gender.

April Conservation Café: Film Screening & Discussion of The Condor and the Eagle

Four leaders from impacted communities embark on an extraordinary trans-continental adventure from the Canadian Boreal forests to deep into the heart of the Amazonian jungle to unite the peoples of North and South America and deepen the meaning of justice. THE CONDOR & THE EAGLE documentary offers a glimpse into a developing spiritual renaissance as the film’s four protagonists learn from each other’s long legacy of resistance to colonialism and its extractive economy. Join ANS for a film screening and conversation afterwards. FREE for Naturally Latinos 2022 registrants via this form.

America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2022

The event will sound the alarm about the threats that climate change and injustice pose to rivers and communities. Together with our partners we will deliver a strong call to action for rivers and provide motivation and inspiration for the work ahead.The event will sound the alarm about the threats that climate change and injustice pose to rivers and communities. Together with our partners we will deliver a strong call to action for rivers — and provide motivation and inspiration for the work ahead.

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