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Global Week of Action for Climate Justice. 6-13 October 2018
FoE Togo: The impacts of oil and dirty energy
Shell is wrecking the climate. We are taking Shell to Court.
Shell is one of the biggest climate polluters in the world. This transnational company has known about the severity of climate change and the impacts of oil and gas drilling for decades, but has not only misled the public on the issue, it continues drilling for fossil fuels.
Top 5 Shell scandals
Across the world Shell’s climate wrecking activities are leaving a trail of devastation, from Nigeria to the Netherlands. We cannot save the climate if large corporations continue to pollute the planet. This is why Friends of the Earth Netherlands is taking Shell to court.
Stop ISDS - The French oil company Total is putting profits before people and nature in Uganda
The French multinational company Total wants to drill for oil in the beautiful lakes and national parks of Uganda. This dirty oil industry would evict thousands from their lands and threaten people's livelihoods. Yet rather than protect Human Rights and the Environment, an investment treaty signed between the Netherlands and Uganda gives corporations like Total the ability to sue the country for any law that harms their expected profit.
It is time to stop corporate destruction and bad investment deals.
Communities across Indonesia say NO to coal
Indonesia is one of the largest coal exporters in world. In 2016 alone Indonesia mined over 460 million tonnes coal. Coal mining destroys forest, devastates communities and pollutes water. Communities are fighting back. Stand in solidarity with Walhi and communities across Indonesia to say NO TO COAL! It's time to act to end Dirty Energy and usher in a new a renewable, safe, sustainable, just energy future.
Community campaign sees Victoria become first state in Australia to ban fracking.
People Power can create change and fight dirty energy. A grassroots, Community campaign sees Victoria become first state in Australia to ban fracking!
Friends of the Earth Bangladesh/BELA and communities across Bangladesh say No to Rampal coal power plant!
Bangladesh plans to build 28 coal power plants. The people of Bangladesh have seen the damage coal plants do to the environment and communities. One of these planned power plants, Rampal, is close to Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest and world heritage site. Join Friends of the Earth Bangladesh/BELA in denouncing these planned power plants and in saying No to Rampal coal power plant!
Global Day of Action for Climate Justice. 13-14 October 2017
On 13-14 October 2017 people from Friends of the Earth International groups across six continents will mobilize together to highlight the climate emergency, to fight dirty energy and false solutions and to call for a people-led transformation of our energy systems.
Dirty energy is at the root of climate injustice
Watch our animation to understand how the dirty energy system is at the root of climate injustice. The solution? No more dirty energy, we need an energy revolution now.