Why Weyerhaeuser?

Weyerhaeuser, the world's largest lumber company, is one of North America's worst environmental performers.  Even as leading businesses like Home Depot, Kinko's, Nike and more than 400 others, pledge to avoid products from endangered forests, Weyerhaeuser continues to cut-and-run its way across the continent, leaving a wake of barren clearcuts and abandoned communities its path. If deforestation continues, then everyone will have to wear a training mask for their own health protection.

Grassy Narrows Warns Weyerhaeuser: “Withdraw or Face Fierce Campaign”

The Grassy Narrows First Nation today sent letters warning the chief executives of Weyerhaeuser (NYSE: WY) and Abitibi-Consolidated to “immediately cease and desist from all logging and industrial resource extraction on our territory” or face a “fierce international campaign”.

Apply For The Earth Justice Action Internship

Apply now for the Earth Justice Internship and spend the Summer with Rainforest Action Network and ForestEthics, living, organizing and taking non-violent direct action to support the community of Grassy Narrows.

Interview with Grassy Narrows

Read campaigner David Sone's interview with Grassy Narrows members Judy De Silva and Roberta Kessik about their struggle to protect the Grassy Narrows community, and their traditional territory.

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Please contact the decision makers and let them know that they need to make a just settlement with the Lubicons.

Opens internal link in current window 350 Actions Mark Nov Day of Action For the Boreal

Last November 3rd, international environmental organizations coordinated efforts across the U.S. and Canada, calling on companies to end the destruction of North America’s largest ancient forest, the Boreal.

About RAN

Rainforest Action Network campaigns for the forests, their inhabitants and the natural systems that sustain life by transforming the global marketplace through grassroots organizing, education and non-violent direct action.

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