Corporate Hall of Shame
Which Corporations Most Deserve To Be In The Corporate Hall Of Shame?
Vote for up to three
Koch Industries for working to dismantle the EPA in the name of fossil fuel profits, while the Koch Brothers network aims to pour a record breaking $400 million into influencing the 2018 U.S. midterm elections.
Shell for its role in violent suppression of opposition to its oil projects in Nigeria and beyond, and continuing to block lifesaving climate policy globally.
ExxonMobil for deceiving the public about climate change for thirty years, then attempting to intimidate the cities and states working to hold it accountable.
Veolia for its role in the lead crises in Pittsburgh and Flint, which have endangered tens of thousands of people, particularly people of color and low-income communities.
Bayer further monopolizing the seed and chemical industry by merging with Monsanto, threatening to force even more small and family farms out of business globally.
GEO Group for profiting from the mass incarceration of people of color and immigrants at its private prisons, while spending millions on lobbying and elections to protect its profiteering.
Nestlé for extracting Michigan’s groundwater for mere pennies just down the highway from Flint, where residents pay some of the highest water rates in the country for poisoned water.
Philip Morris International for launching a massive foundation to health wash its image and undermine implementation of the global tobacco treaty.
Goldman Sachs for continuing to exploit people in Puerto Rico -- despite the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria -- through predatory loans that squeeze maximum corporate profits from the island’s government and its people.
Beretta for profiting richly from manufacturing weapons -- and using those profits to fund the NRA and its obstruction of popular, commonsense gun safety measures that would save countless lives.
Each year, we ask you to vote for the worst of the worst and induct the “winner” into our Corporate Hall of Shame. Then, we partner with members & allies to to mobilize grassroots pressure and turn up the heat on corporations that corrupt the political process and abuse human rights, the environment and our public health. Cast your vote today!
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