Friends of the Earth International - english feed
The website of Friends of the Earth International - the world's largest grassroot's environmental network
- nature: poor people’s wealth - the importance of natural resources in poverty eradication
- Friends of the Earth International, July 2005: There is a direct and critical link between environmental degradation and rural poverty. Our groups on the ground and the communities they work with can also bear witness to the fact that neoliberal economic globalization has increased environmental devastation and poverty among natural resource dependent people. In this publication, we will illustrate the tragic cycle between the over-exploitation of the environment; loss of cultural, political and economic self-determination; inequity; hunger; and poverty.
- What's wrong with world trade and what you can do about it
- Friends of the Earth Europe, January 2001: This paper presents the growing consequences associated with global trade.
- five years on: A Review of the OECD Guidelines and National Contact Points
- OECD Watch, 2005: The Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (Guidelines) are a set of voluntary principals and standards adopted by governments to which multinational enterprises operating in or from Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) member countries are expected to adhere. - English/French/Spanish