From stopping “scientific whaling” in South Korea to protecting the Arctic from Shell’s oil rigs to shutting down dirty coal plants here in the United States, we’re celebrating a 2012 full of victories for our planet. But none of it would have been possible without the help of each of you who choose to support our work. Whether we’re pressuring a major company to clean up their supply chain or convincing the government to ban dirty energy, none of it would be possible without our dedicated supporters. It’s with the positive momentum of 2012 that we continue to campaign for our futures the next year and the next year and the next year.
We’re 100 percent supporter funded which means our fights are your fights. Our 250,000 members in the United States and 2.8 million members worldwide provide virtually all of our funding through individual contributions. Your support provides the backbone of our organization and is invaluable to our efforts. Thank you for making all this possible.
In 2012 we…
Celebrated another year of keeping Shell from drilling for oil in the Arctic!
Applauded Safeway for offering sustainably-sourced tuna for their customers (and it’s cheap)!
Apple has made a bold claim to make all three of its data centers “coal free” and has doubled the amount of solar energy powering its data center in North Carolina. Apple needs to show those customers how it will turn that rhetoric into reality, with further action and changes to its plans.
Felt much better about our Googling after the company showed off their clean-energy data centers!
With the help of coalition partners, sent nuclear seismic testing packing and saved the lives of Pacific Ocean whales, sea otters, dolphins and dozens of other marine life.
Worked with coalition partners in the Herring Alliance to reform industrial fishing off the East Coast, a big win for the critical menhaden species and a healthy Atlantic Ocean.
Powered a community center in Rockaway Beach, New York with the Rolling Sunlight, our solar truck, after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.
Russian oil company Gazprom postpones the start of oil production at Prirazlomnaya field, Russia’s first Arctic offshore oil deposit.
Several of the world’s largest fashion retailers, including Levis and Zara, commit to detox their production process protecting global waterways.
The Senegal government cancels all fishing permits for foreign “pelagic trawlers,” large fishing vessels that drag nets below the surface of the ocean.