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Patti Lynn

Patti Lynn

Patti Lynn is the executive director of Corporate Accountability, which stops transnational corporations from devastating democracy, trampling human rights, and destroying our planet. Alongside governmental and NGO allies, Corporate Accountability helped to rein in Big Tobacco by ensuring the adoption of the 2003 UN Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, the first legally binding treaty of the WHO. Patti has been with the organization for over 20 years.

Articles by this author

 

Want Real Climate Ambition? Keep Polluting Industries Out and Make Them Pay.

The industries that have fueled this crisis should have no part in dictating the solutions—rather, they should be made to pay to address the massive damages they have caused and to finance real solutions to the crisis.

Patti Lynn ·


Corporations Need to Pay More

As we talk about taxing the ultra-wealthy, let’s not forget the source of their wealth: transnational corporations

Patti Lynn ·


Transformative Climate Action Is Possible—If Polluters Stay Away

We need strong firewalls separating Big Oil and other polluters from climate policymaking

Patti Lynn ·


Writing a New Chapter, Not an Obituary, for the Planet

A recent New York Times Magazine article suggests action to address climate change is futile

Lidy Nacpil ·


McDiabetes: Top Docs Tell McDonald's To Stop Marketing Junk

One in three kids is at risk for developing type 2 diabetes as a result of diets high in McDonald's-style junk food.

Patti Lynn ·

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