1 December 2007

Toxic chemicals linked to development of the Kashagan oil field in Kazakhstan are polluting the Caspian Sea environment and damaging the health and livelihoods of local communities.

1 October 2007

Nuclear power plant operators have a ridiculously small liability insurance for compensating damage when an accidents occurs. This position paper exposes the scale of the gap between the insured sum and the huge financial risk of nuclear accidents.

It also introduces an alternative system for insuring nuclear power plants which is currently being discussed between academics and regulators. This system might provide at least more financial security for people living in the area around nuclear power plants.

1 September 2007

A comprehensive FoE Europe report exploring new European legislation dealing with misleading advertising and the different methods available at the national level to deal with this problem.

1 September 2007

An activists' guide to using and improving the new EU chemicals legislation

1 July 2007

2 reports revealing that Wilmar, the world's biggest trader in palm oil, is illegally logging rainforests, setting forests on fire and violating the rights of local communities in Indonesia.

Policy, practice, pride and prejudice: Review of legal, environmental and social practices of oil palm plantation companies of the Wilmar Group in Sambas District, West Kalimantan (Indonesia)

Buyers and financiers of the Wilmar Group

1 July 2007

Friends of the Earth MedNet submission to the stakeholder consultation of 10 July 2007

1 June 2007

2 reports revealing that major international banks are financing a catastrophic mud volcano in Indonesia:

The financing of the three Brantas PSC companies

Lapindo Brantas and the mud volcano

1 May 2007

Common NGO position negotiations on an association agreement between the EU and the Community of Andean Nations (CAN)

15 January 2007

Report on how Shell should fund local solutions for environmental and social destruction caused by its project.

1 October 2006

A briefing by Friends of the Earth Europe, EEB, Greenpeace, Health & Environment Alliance and Women in Europe for a Common Future