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We seek to create a system that benefits everyone. Whether we're stopping destructive corporate boondoggles or pushing for stronger government pollution standards, we aim to make it possible for all people to enjoy the planet's bounty. Our work focuses on the economic drivers of environmental degradation -- from government subsidies and permits to societal issues like the externalized costs of pollution -- to limit and eventually end the destruction of the planet.

Our current campaigns have us leading the charge to stop genetically engineered foods from finding their way onto our plates, pressuring the federal government to prioritize people instead of polluters, and working to protect bees and other pollinators essential to our food system.

Darden and Olive Garden: Offer greener menu choices that are better for our health, the planet and workers

Darden Restaurants owns and operates more than 1,500 restaurants -- including Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Yard House, Seasons 52, and The Capital Grille. Through these restaurants, Darden employs more than 150,000 people and serves more than 320 million meals a year, and is the #1 casual-dining operator in terms of revenue. As a leading food provider, Darden has a responsibility to pay its workers fair wages and use its considerable purchasing power to support a healthier, fairer and more sustainable food system.

Take Action: Tell Olive Garden to make its food healthier, sustainable and fair.

Save bees from Bayer's neonicotinoid pesticides

Bayer is the leading manufacturers of neonicotinoids, and has contributed to countless bee deaths across the globe. Bees and other pollinators are essential to our food system, so we need to speak out and call on Bayer to do the right thing and stop putting their profits over our food system.

Take action: Tell the CEO of Bayer to stop making bee-killing pesticides.

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