ReportsFactsheets December 5, 2018
Climate

This year’s climate talks slogan is “black to green,” which is appropriate given the dirty energy companies bankrolling it. While ...

Handshake w/IETA and UNFCCC cufflinks
Reports April 25, 2018
Climate

Le présent document décrit le contexte dans lequel l’IETA évolue et expose les dangers que son programme pose pour l’avenir de l’Accord de Paris. Ce document décrit également les mesures radicales que les gouvernements présents à la CCNUCC peuvent prendre immédiatement pour repousser l’influence des Grands Pollueurs et mettre en œuvre une politique climatique vraiment juste.

Handshake w/IETA and UNFCCC cufflinks
Reports April 25, 2018
Climate

El manual documenta los antecedentes de IETA y expone los peligros que su agenda plantea para el futuro del Acuerdo de París. También describe los pasos críticos que los gobiernos en la CMNUCC pueden tomar en este momento para rechazar la influencia de los Grandes Contaminadores e implementar políticas climáticas verdaderamente justas.

Handshake w/IETA and UNFCCC cufflinks
Reports April 25, 2018
Climate

This primer documents IETA’s background and exposes the dangers its agenda poses for the future of the Paris Agreement. It also outlines critical steps that governments at the UNFCCC can take right now to reject the influence of Big Polluters and implement truly just climate policy.

Reports February 8, 2018
Climate

The following public-interest NGOs welcome the opportunity to register this joint submission with regard to “Views from Parties and non-Party stakeholders to take stock of progress in the implementation of the SBI conclusions on non-Party stakeholder engagement with a view to considering how such engagement can be further enhanced”: ActionAid International*, Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development*, Center for Biological Diversity*, Corporate Accountability International*, Corporate Europe Observatory*, Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria, ETC Group,* Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Friends of the Earth International*, Friends of the Earth US, Greenpeace*, IBON International*, Jo-Jikum, SustainUS*, Third World Network*, and 350.org (Sustainable Markets Foundation)*. This submission includes representation from organizations with (*) and without observer status. These organizations are members of ENGO, RINGO, and YOUNGO constituencies.

Reports January 24, 2018
Water

The story of our current water crisis is, in many ways, a story like so many others — the story of ...