The Chancellor must prioritise peoples’ health, homes and quality of life in next week’s Autumn Statement, Friends of the Earth said today.
With the world’s largest climate march taking place this Sunday, now seems like as good a time as any to reiterate my concerns regarding fossil fuels and that dastardly EU-US trade agreement (TTIP) that everyone’s starting to talk about.
Communities in Colombia are standing up to multinational mining companies displacing them from their land.
UK pension funds and asset management companies could potentially have £37 billion invested in ‘land grabs’ worldwide, according to a new report published today (Thursday 12 June 2014) by Friends of the Earth.
This report presents a snapshot of FoEI’s efforts over a two-year period to respond to and disseminate testimonies and information about attacks on environmental defenders, contextualising these attacks within current global economic and political trends.
“For the United States, what we would like to see is a scientific basis for regulations going forward.” Darci Vetter, Deputy Under Secretary at the US Department of Agriculture
Vadim Shebanov, a member of Friends of the Earth Ukraine, was arrested following a peaceful protest in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine on January 26.
The House of Lords was urged today (Wednesday 22 January 2014) to stand up for democracy once again after MPs, backed by the Government, voted to overturn crucial changes to the Lobbying Bill at its Third Reading.