After an exceptional tenure as executive director, Patti Lynn will be moving into a new role at Corporate Accountability by the end of 2024. Read her reflection on her time at the organization and what's next.

After an exceptional tenure as executive director, Patti Lynn will be moving into a new role at Corporate Accountability by the end of 2024. The board of directors is grateful for the ample time that Patti has provided to execute this transition—and we are thrilled that she will be staying on as an organizer and fundraiser.

Portrait photo of Anna Mudd. Anna has short brown hair and she's wearing a gray jacket over a purple shirt. She's standing in front of a tree.
Member spotlight December 5, 2023
ClimateDemocracy

Educator and community builder Anna Mudd on how we can disrupt the narratives that corporations depend on to hold onto power.

Newly released research details how many Big Polluters, and trade groups doing their bidding, attended the U.N. climate talks over the years.

A person holds up a sign "against fossil fuels" during Climate Week in New York City.

After years of pressure from frontline communities across the state, the California AG takes a crucial step to make Big Polluters pay.

Thanks to our collective organizing, the UNFCCC has finally taken an unprecedented step to begin curbing the influence of Big Polluters at the global climate talks. Learn more.