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File Stop The Gats! WTO's General Agreement on Trade and Services will Undermine Social and Environmental Sustainability
Friends of the Earth, August 2003: Friends of the Earth International opposes the continuation of the WTO’s General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) negotiations. GATS has the potential to create adverse environmental and social impacts in a wide range of sectors including energy extraction and production, transport, water, travel and tourism, construction, power generation, and waste disposal and sewage.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File the tyranny of free trade: wasted natural wealth and lost livelihoods
December 2005: This publication exposes the danger that current trade negotiations pose to people and their environments around the world. The privatization of forests, traditional knowledge, seeds and medicines undermines indigenous and community rights, as shown by case studies from Central America and Indonesia.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File Position paper: No new rights for big business at the WTO
Friends of the Earth International, August 2003. We believe that efforts by major countries to launch investment liberalization negotiations at the World Trade Organization (WTO) are deeply misguided and will inappropriately grant rights to multinational investors at the expense of citizens, communities, and the environment.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File Cartoon Book - If This Is Development You Can Keep It
Friends of the Earth International: A collection of cartoons illustrating what ‘development’ means today.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File Cracking the WTO Code: Understanding Trade Terms
Friends of the Earth International: A quick reference dictionary to understanding trade jargon for anyone wanting to understand or change the international trade system.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File Gambling with People’s Lives
Friends of the Earth International, September 2003: What the World Bank's new "high-risk/high-reward" strategy means for the poor and the environment.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File Hands off! - Why international financial institutions must stop drilling, piping and mining
Friends of the Earth International, December 2003: As 2003 drew to a close, the streets of Bolivia were crowded with people full of outrage and despair. They were protesting against the export of their national gas reserves.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File The European Investment Bank and the Environment - factsheet 4
The EIB Campaign Coalition coordinated by CEE Bankwatch Network and Friends of the Earth International, September 2004: The European Investment Bank (EIB) is a major financer of large projects both inside and outside the European Union (EU). These include infrastructure, energy, water, extractive industries and transport projects, all of which can have long-lasting environmental and social impacts.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File The European Investment Bank and its relationship to IIRSA
Friends of the Earth International, November 2006: This article analyzes the role the European Investment Bank (EIB) is beginning to play within the Initiative for the Integration of Regional Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA). First we present a brief summary describing IIRSA and the European Bank, then we investigate how the IIRSA and the EIB are related, and lastly we analyze the support the European Parliament is giving to these types of initiatives through the European Parliament Resolution about Strengthening the Relationship between the European Union and Latin America.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007
File Sustainable Development in the Balkans
Friends of the Earth Europe (FoEE), DEM (Friends of the Earth Macedonia), the Regional Environment Centre for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) and the Heinrich Boell Foundation co-organized the "Sustainable Development in the Balkans" conference in mid-June 2000 with additional financial support from the European Commission and the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007