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2014

This is a selection of independent media stories mentioning Friends of the Earth in 2014

Friends of the Earth want MEPs to fight lobbying

Malta Today, 15 April

 

Friends of the Earth enters nuclear row

Herald Scotland, 15 April

 

Fossil Fuels 'Leading To Catastrophic Climate Change, Stark UN Report Reveals

The Huffington Post, 13 April

 

Air pollution link to 28,000 deaths

BBC News, 10 April

 

Londoners Shrouded in Saharan Dust Suffer High Pollution Levels

Bloomberg Business week, 2 April

 

Norwegian gov't urged to further cut greenhouse gas emissions

New Europe, 1 April

 

New Oceans at Poles Require New Rules for Ships

Scientific American, 1 April

 

Green groups unhappy with EU climate proposals

EUObserver, 1 April

 

Rich Nations Must Pay Their Ecological Debt

The New York Times, 1 April (FoEI)

 

UN: Global warming already impacting world's food supply

Examiner, 31 March

 

Smarterphones: transparency legislation transforms the things we buy

The Guardian, 26 March

 

Why You Shouldn’t Applaud Exxon’s Decision To Disclose Climate Change Risks

Climate Progress, 24 March

 

Nigeria: There's No Need for More Oil Wells in Nigeria

AllAfrica, 25 March

 

Public inquiry will hear of 'high risk' of water pollution from fracking

Herald Scotland, 16 March

 

Bonn Climate Talks Stall

BizDay, 14 March

 

U.N. climate talks launch formal process to 2015 deal

Reuters, 14 March

 

GM crops: UK scientists call for new trials

BBC, 14 March

 

EARTHTALK: Should I be concerned about synthetic biology?

The Mercury, 14 March

 

Building efficiency sector: ‘The 2030 debate was a set-up’

Euractiv, 13 March

 

Liberian campaigner urges EU to take action against logging law refuseniks

The Guardian, 11 March

 

UN Report Calls For Radical, Democratic Food System

Mintpressnews, 11 March

 

Grocers Line Up—Early—Against Biotech Salmon. What About Wal-Mart?

BloombergBusinessweek, 6 March

 

How to stop heat leaking from your home

Metro, 5 March

 

Pollution - EU takes UK to court

The Ecologist, 5 March

 

Nigeria: Country Produces Over Four Million Barrels of Crude Oil Daily, Activist Claims

Premium Times, 4 March

 

U.S. Government Will Back Loans For Nuclear Power

NPR, 19 February

 

Bee activists swarm Home Depot and Lowe's

CNBC, 14 February

 

To Apple, From a Deadly and Devastated Slice of Paradise

Bloomberg Businessweek, 13 February

 

Environmentalists Mobilize Pressure on Obama to Reject Keystone XL Pipeline

Between the Lines, 5 February

 

Environmental Groups "Shocked" by Reports of NSA Spying of U.N. Climate Talks

Democracy Now!, 3 February

 

The search for transparency in a global gold rush for rare earths

TheGuardian, 3 February

 

Oil sands opponents file challenge against EU executive

Reuters, 31 January

 

Environmentalists want new government to protect Šumava

Prague Daily Monitor, 30 January

 

Plan for largest solar farm in UK met with approval

The News, 30 January

 

Over the Climate Cliff

Resilience, 28 January

 

Neonicotinoid Pesticides Harm Bees’ Foodgathering Ability

Environment News Service, 28 January

 

Europe's 2030 climate plan draws mixed response

AFP for Wort.lu, 22 January

 

EU opens investment part of EU-US trade deal to public debate

Reuters for The Voice of Russia, 22 January

 

EU Commission reveals climate & energy targets for 2030

The Information Daily, 22 January

 

EU outlines 2030 climate goals

BBC News, 22 January

 

Toy train town takes back grid in German power shift

Reuters, 20 January

 

European Greens consider challenge to UK tax breaks for shale gas drilling

The Guardian, 20 January

 

Environmentalists warn of nuclear train dangers

The Courier, 17 January

 

Ministers clarify flood defence spending figures

BBC News, 16 January

 

WALHI Jambi: Forestry giant allegedly evaded $15m in taxes

Mongabay, 16 January

 

Exclusive: Critics say vaunted environmental chapter offers few gains to balance downsides of trade deal

The new Zealand Herald, 16 January

 

EU agrees rules to curb food speculation

FOOD Navigator, 16 January

 

Friends of th Earth: Meat industry needs radical rethink

FOOD navigator.com, 16 January

 

Is England on the Brink of a U.S.-Style Fracking Boom? Don't Bet on Shale Just Yet

Bloomberg Businessweek, 15 January

 

Is the EU about to abdicate climate leadership?

Climate Spectator, 13 January

 

Fracking in the UK: 'We're going all out for shale,' admits Cameron

The Guardian, 13 January

 

Friends of the Earth warn over fracking in Northern Ireland

Belfast Telegraph, 10 January

 

'Meat Atlas' charts a changing world of meat eaters

BBC News, 9 January

 

Storm-Damaged Paterson is Undermining Govt Credibility says Friends of the Earth

The Economic Voice, 8 January

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