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Global month of action on energy
October 11 marks the beginning of a month of worldwide public protest and action to say no to dirty energy, and to support clean, renewable alternatives.
Located in What we do / land grabbing / Latest news
Doha Day 2: Youth letter to the UNFCCC Executive Secretary
Young Friends of the Earth Europe: Over the last two days, much is happening in Doha and the youth are a huge part of it. On the second day of COP18, a group of young people from around the world sent an open letter to Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, calling for fossil fuel corporations to be removed from the UNFCCC process due to their intentions being incompatible with a 2 degree world, and their long history of using their significant financial resources to undermine global climate policy.
Located in What we do / climate justice and energy / Latest news
File Our climate, our say
Friends of the Earth International, December 2011: Community briefing on climate change.
Located in Resources / / Publications by year / 2011
our assessment of the UN climate talks, 2011
Our analysis of the outcomes of the 2011 UN climate talks in Durban and a look at where the climate justice movement goes from here.
Located in What we do / climate justice and energy / Latest news
Climate: disastrous "Durban package" accelerates onset of climate catastrophe
DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA, 13 DECEMBER 2011 – The UN climate talks in Durban were a failure and take the world a significant step back by further undermining an already flawed, inadequate multilateral system that is supposed to address the climate crisis, according to Friends of the Earth International.
Located in Media / Archive / 2011
UN climate talks 2011: Durban
As world leaders met in Durban, South Africa to discuss efforts to tackle global warming, Friends of the Earth International were there calling on the rich developed countries, which have historically emitted the most greenhouse gases, to agree to urgent and dramatic cuts in their emissions.
Located in What we do / climate justice and energy / Latest news
Reclaiming power: energy models that serve people and the planet
Today at the C17 space Friends of the Earth hosted the energy sessions. A range of speakers presented the current energy system's failings and discussed what the alternatives could look like, and what dangers lie ahead.
Located in What we do / climate justice and energy / Latest news
CLIMATE TALKS: SUSTAINABLE, SMALL-SCALE, AND PEASANT AGRICULTURE NEEDED TO COOL DOWN THE EARTH
DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA, 5 December 2011-- The UN climate talks in Durban have reminded the world that agriculture is responsible for almost one fourth of the world's emissions of greenhouse gases.
Located in Media / Archive / 2011
Keep corporations out of the Green Climate Fund
Today we were calling on rich country negotiators, particularly the US, UK and Japan, to keep corporations out of the Green Climate Fund.
Located in What we do / climate justice and energy / Latest news
Google Earth Tour Reveals How a Global Dam Boom Could Worsen the Climate Crisis
International Rivers and Friends of the Earth International have teamed up to create a state-of-the-art Google Earth 3-D tour and video narrated by FoEI Chair Nnimmo Bassey.
Located in What we do / climate justice and energy / Latest news