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The Biggest Embrace in History
On September 15 2009 millions of Hondurans took to the streets to protest against the unelected government that came to power in a coup this July. Here Juan Alemendares, director of Friends of the Earth Honduras, documents the history of his country and wonders whether Hondurans will ever be free to determine their own future.
September 21: international day for the forests, against plantations
Friends of the Earth International and peasant movement La Via Campesina mark the International Day Against Monoculture Tree Plantations.
Stop the big melt in the Himalayas
Mount Everest climber Pemba Dorje Sherpa is urging the Australian government to do its part to stop global warming before it's too late.
Message to world leaders
Gonnie, Wageningen, Netherlands: Hey government, I prefer solar and wind energy to nuclear and coal! Cheers, Gonnie.
Halt to Palm Oil Investments Welcomed
Jakarta, Indonesia, September 11, 2009 -- Friends of the Earth International welcomed the announcement by the IFC, the World Bank's private sector arm, that it will stop all palm oil investments.
The Age of Stupid global premiere
Friends of the Earth International is proud to be associated with The Age of Stupid, director Franny Armstrong's new film illustrating the disastrous effects of climate change.
europe: consuming the world's resources
Europe is using increasing quantities of the world’s natural resources, according to a new report launched by Friends of the Earth Europe.
the age of stupid
Friends of the Earth International is proud to be associated with The Age of Stupid, director Franny Armstrong's new film illustrating the disastrous effects of climate change.
Extractive Industries: Blessing or Curse?
Friends of the Earth Europe are hosting a one day conference in Brussels looking at the environmental and social Impacts of the oil and gas Industry.
'Sustainable Palm Oil' advert false, says watchdog
BRUSSELS, 10 September 2009 – Friends of the Earth has welcomed a ruling yesterday by the UK advertising watchdog that describing palm oil as “sustainably produced” is false advertising.
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