May 20, 2014. Green America joined this letter spearheaded by the American Sustainable Business Council to key Senators urging full funding for programs that provide access to credit, technical support and training, access to local markets, and other programs that help farmers create strong, financially viable businesses.
May 16, 2014. Green America joined this letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission, signed by 65 concerned investors, expressing opposition to any revisions to the shareholder resolution process that would weaken the ability of shareholders to raise environmental, social, and corporate governance issues before corporate management.
April 2014. Green America joined this letter signed by human rights and labor rights organizations to urge Secretary of State John Kerry to take action to address the human trafficking of Cambodians aboard Thai fishing vessels. Read more »
May 12, 2014. Green America signed this letter in coalition with US and European organizations to express our collective, deep concern about the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TIPP) and its implications for the well-being of communities and the environment.