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, 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.