Latest from The Climate Collaborative
We sat down with Numi Tea co-founders Ahmed Rahim and Reem Hassani, winners of the 2020 National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Influencer Award, to talk through the last year in climate action and what's ahead for the industry--including how we bring last year's racial justice movement into our climate work. They also shared some secrets of their decades' long experience driving collaborative action across the natural products industry.
As we kick off a new and hopefully less tumultuous year, I wanted to share some GOOD climate news we already have coming down the pike in 2021. Hundreds of Climate Collaborative companies stepped up and engaged in policy advocacy last year—many for the first time—through LEAD on Climate, America is All in, and dozens of state-based efforts. Today I can tell you, your efforts are making a difference.
Today, ahead of Saturday's five year anniversary of the Paris Climate Agreement, more than 1,400+ businesses, cities, states, investors, and other U.S. institutions stood together and called for an ambitious and equitable national climate response. Over 200 CC committed companies joined a diverse set of businesses and institutions representing nearly every corner of the American economy and society. Broad-based collective calls like this matter—they send a message that it’s not just the progressive left that demands climate action, but a far-reaching bipartisan group of actors from every walk of life in America.
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