Friends of the Earth Spain

Friends of the Earth Spain has six active local groups around Spain, with a central office in Madrid.  It runs an information/education centre for the general public called ‘As Corcerizas’ in Galicia which provides environmental information and educational materials on sustainable construction. The centre also provides voluntary youth programmes.  

Friends of the Earth Spain puts pressure on national, regional and local governments and companies to protect the environment and natural resources.   

The organisation promotes local awareness of both global and local environmental problems and provides opportunities to take direct action. 

Friends of the Earth Spain campaigns on

  • Climate change through the SOS Clima / The Big Ask campaign
  • Genetically modified organisms 
  • Sustainable agriculture and food sovereignty through European and international campaigns as well as local activities 
  • Waste reduction by promoting composting and better waste management systems 

International Cooperation

Friends of the Earth Spain cooperates with countries in Central America by channelling Spanish and European funding towards sustainable development projects.  

Environmental education plays an important role in Friends of the Earth Spain's activities, who also works with the Spanish Youth Council.

Calle Jacometrezo 15,
5º J
28013, Madrid

Spain

 

Tel: +34 91 306 9900

fax: +34 91 313 4893

For enquiries please contact:

    • Agriculture

      Food and farming in Europe and its global impacts

    • Agrofuels

      Plant-based fuels from agriculture. Also known as biofuels

    • EU-US trade deal

      What’s at stake in negotiations for a transatlantic trade agreement

    • Food speculation

      Betting on foodstuffs, and how to regulate it

    • GMOs

      Genetically modified crops and organisms

    • Land

      Measuring Europe’s land footprint and tackling the drivers of land grabbing

    • Nature

      Standing up for our right to nature

    • Nature

      Standing up for our right to nature

    • Resource use

      Europe’s consumption of land, materials, water and carbon

    • Shale gas

      Unconventional oil and gas, and the ‘fracking’ process

    • Tar sands

      Unconventional oil, also known as oil sands

    • Water use

      Measuring Europe’s water footprint