Without Change, African-American and Latino Families Won’t Match White Wealth for Centuries
How ending tax dodging by America’s electric utilities can help fund a job-creating, clean energy transition.
A movement of family members is developing around the country that aims to challenge both the conditions in which their loved ones are held and the fact of mass incarceration itself.
Mining, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Conflict: OceanaGold and the El Dorado Foundation in El Salvador
This study finds that OceanaGold’s attempt to rebrand its proposed gold mine in El Salvador through the use of a company-sponsored foundation at the local level is deceitful, disrespectful and dangerous
The financial industry’s 2015 bonuses were double the combined earnings of all Americans who work full-time at the federal minimum wage.
A Conference Highlights Report
Loophole allowed 10 companies to shave $180 million off their taxes for CEO pay last year.
Wealthiest 20 people own more wealth than half the American population
One hundred CEOs have as much in retirement assets as 41 percent of American families.
World Bank Energy-Related Policies and Financing, 2000-2004 to 2010-2014
This 22nd annual report reveals how CEO pay is accelerating climate change.
A new book from the Transnational Institute (TNI) includes the article “The Pacific Rim – Oceana Gold Case against El Salvador; impunity and violations of human rights, democracy and human rights”, written by IPS Associate Fellow Manuel Perez-Rocha
Successful Examples for the Green Climate Fund from around the World
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a comprehensive free trade
and investment treaty currently being negotiated – practically in secret – between the
European Union and the United States of America.
President Obama and some members of Congress think the easiest way to fund infrastructure is by granting corporations a large tax cut on their untaxed offshore profits.