A group of activists from Friends of the Earth Scotland held last Friday an action outside the national governmental building in Edinburgh to warn about the alarming increase of global warming and to demand more actions. Read more
19 October | Interviews
The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) came into force in mid September, even though most national parliaments in the EU have not yet begun to debate or vote on the deal. Read more
18 October | Interviews
Many actions were carried out by several groups against fracking in England as part of the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice called by environmental federation Friends of the Earth International for October 13-14. Read more
Ramona Dominicioiu, La Vía Campesina from Radio Mundo Real on Vimeo. Watch video
October 2017 Friends of the Earth International will mobilize on six continents on 13 and 14 October 2017 to demonstrate that we are a global environmental movement. We will highlight the climate emergency; fight against dirty energy and false solutions; and demand the transformation of our energy system into a system that is in the hands of the people. Read more
A new report was launched in France on Thursday titled: "End of the road for transnational corporations? From a pioneer law in France to a UN treaty" written by Friends of the Earth France and ActionAid France-Peuples Solidaires. Read more
Eight small-scale farmers from Tanzania were arrested late 2016 in Malawi, after entering the country legally invited by national organizations to know more about the impacts of uranium mining, which is the object of many exploration projects in Tanzania. Read more
The coordinator of the Food Sovereignty Program of Friends of the Earth International, Kirtana Chandrasekaran, shares in the following video a summary of the role of forests and its communities in the building of food sovereignty. The interview was conducted by Real World Radio during the actions of the Civil Society Mechanism of the Committee on World Food Security that is holding its sessions in Rome until next Friday. Watch video
“This is the greenest Programme for Government in the history of the Scottish Parliament. The Scottish Government has put improving and protecting the environment at the heart of their legislative and policy programme”.
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