Economic justice - resisting neoliberalism
Friends of the Earth International, May 2011: The Swiss transnational Holcim, one of the biggest cement producers in the world, has gradually expanded its presence in Latin America, which has also increased the environmental and social conflicts produced by its activities.
Friends of the Earth International, June 2011: The world bank's role in dirty energy investment and carbon markets.
Friends of the Earth International, May 2011: This report provides the background information for another report: Erratum of Shell's Annual Report 2010.
Friends of the Earth International, May 2011: Friends of the Earth International have been following Shell and its activities for years now, worldwide. This Erratum is an account of their findings. It shows that across the globe, Shell’s activities are damaging the environment, human rights and biodiversity; it shows us how imperative it is to change the way Shell works.
Friends of the Earth International, December 2010: The involvement of annex 1 countries, banks and companies in climate finance.
Friends of the Earth International, November 2010: When it comes to climate change, REDD is the couleur dujour. "Reducing Emissions from Deforestation in Developing Countries” holds out the enticing prospect of mitigating climate change, conserving threatened biodiversity, and bringing much-needed development finance to poor Indigenous Peoples and local forest-dwelling communities - at the same time as offering significant profits to investors. All this immediately begs the question: is REDD too good to be true?
Friends of the Earth Netherlands / Professor Richard Steiner Anchorage, Alaska USA, November 2010: Shell practices in Nigeria compared with international standards to prevent and control pipeline oil spills and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Friends of the Earth Asia Pacific, September 2009: The Asian Development Bank is a major financier in the Asia Pacific region and throughout the case studies in this publication, Friends of the Earth demonstrates that its projects are contributing to climate change and exacerbating climate vulnerability.
Friends of the Earth Europe and other organisations, May 2009: A review of the global steel giant's environmental and social impacts in 2008-2009.
Friends of the Earth Europe and other organisations, September 2009: It is essential to start a debate about European resource use and its environmental and social impacts around the world. In order to help facilitate this debate, this report aims to provide a compilation of information on current trends in European and global resource use.
Friends of the Earth Europe 2009: This report examines the composition and legitimacy of groups set up to advise the European Commission.
Friends of the Earth Europe, September 2009: Insight into the world’s most carbon intensive oil company and the legacy of CEO Jeroen van der Veer.
Friends of the Earth International, July 2010: Bilateral or multilateral free trade agreements have been signed or are being negotiated in many countries. All these agreements have impacts on the peoples, nature and the society. At the same time, they represent legal frameworks that perpetuate a development model that promotes exploitation, unfairness and inequality, while securing rights for corporations.
Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland, August 2010: Friends of the Earth believes that tackling environmental injustice will not only protect people, but also the natural world. If you have healthy people, you get a healthy planet. But to do this we have to get to grips with some big problems.
Prepared for Friends of the Earth International, May 2010: The objective of this report is to analyse the financial stakeholders of the Finish-Swedish paper and pulp producer Stora Enso. Significant shareholders and bondholders and all private and public banks which have been involved in loans to and stock issuances by Stora Enso in the past three years, have been identified.