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COPINH: Urgent call for solidarity
Four leaders of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) are being persecuted by the Honduran court systems for standing up for a local community, the Lenca people, who were not consulted about the construction of a hydroelectric project on their lands. This is COPINH's latest call for solidarity.
Sustainable Tropical Timber Mostly a Mirage, Says New Report
PENANG (MALAYSIA), October 25, 2013 – Deforestation of Southeast Asian rainforests and logging-related human rights violations are major problems compounded by global over-consumption of tropical timber products and by inadequate laws, according to a new Friends of the Earth International report released today. [1]
Blog: Friends of the Earth International solidarity mission to Palestine - Part 3
Chair of Friends of the Earth International Jagoda Munic reflects on the international solidarity mission to Palestine
Global Protests Target Coal - Warn of Dirty Energy's Impact on Climate
Today, 22 October 2013, protests are being staged across the world as a part of an international day of action against coal, the world’s largest dirty energy source.
Blog: Friends of the Earth International solidarity mission to Palestine - Part 2
Chair of Friends of the Earth International Jagoda Munic reflects on the international solidarity mission to Palestine
Friends of the Earth groups mark the second Global Frackdown
Friends of the Earth groups around the world took action to mark the second annual global day of action against fracking, known as the Global Frackdown on Saturday October 19.
Friends of the Earth South Africa appeal to President Jacob Zuma on fracking
October 19 marks the global day of action against fracking, known as the Global Frackdown. Friends of the Earth South Africa/ Groundwork sent the letter below to President Jacob Zuma.
Fracking is a dirty word: The Global Frackdown with Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Local groups in England, Wales and Northern Ireland call on councils to keep their communities ‘frack-free’.
Scottish National Party responds to call on banning dirty gas
Communities and environmental groups converged on the Scottish National Party (SNP) conference on Saturday, October 19, to call on the Scottish Government to be the first in the UK to ban unconventional gas. Demonstrators voiced their concerns about plans to drill for coalbed methane, explore for shale gas and experiment with underground coal gasification in Scotland, highlighting areas of the country under threat from gas companies. October 19 was the second ever Global Frackdown Day, and protests took place in 28 countries around the world.
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.
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