Brussels, March 26 - European leaders meeting formally today for the first time since the disappointment of December's Copenhagen talks did not breathe much-needed new life into efforts to combat climate change.
Brussels, March 25 - Friends of the Earth Europe and others staged a live struggle today as Robin Hood and his band of merry men (and women!) tried to wrest money from selfish bankers, to help finance aid for the climate and the poor.
London, Brussels, March 1 - A new report launched today reveals that UK bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, has been involved in providing loans worth $7.5 billion in the last three years to companies carrying out highly controversial 'tar sands' mining  in Canada.
Brussels, 1 April – Brussels-based environment, development, farming and transparency campaign organisations today denounce the EU's continuing contribution to the financial crises and the limited solutions it is advocating at the G20 with a theatre spectacle in front of the European Council from 12.30-13.15.
Politicians and citizens will battle their way out of the financial crisis, to the backdrop of a stock-exchange on stilts – all part of "Financial Fools Day", a global day of action on the eve of tomorrow's G20 meeting in London.
Brussels, 8 October 2008 - Financial backers behind the Kashagan oil field in Kazakhstan have been called upon today to take action to resolve the environmental and health problems caused by offshore exploration at the 13 billion barrel project, located 20km off the northern Caspian Sea coast.
BRUSSELS, 21 June 2007 (EMBARGOED) - Today, Fortis Bank responded to Friends of the Earth International regarding the bank's financing of the companies which caused a catastrophic mud volcano in Indonesia through gas exploration. 
BRUSSELS (BELGIUM), JAKARTA (INDONESIA), 21 June 2007 - Major international banks such as Credit Suisse, Barclays, Fortis Group, Merrill Lynch & Co. and Natixis are injecting hundreds of millions of Euros into a set of companies responsible for a catastrophic mud volcano in Indonesia, Friends of the Earth International has revealed in two new reports launched today.
Toxic mud has been gushing from the ground in Sidoarjo, Indonesia since May 2006, following drilling operations by the company Lapindo Brantas Inc.