What we know, what we do not know, and what we ought to know about chemicals in everyday household items.
Information from the Biotechnology Programme of Friends of the Earth Europe.
More than 300 pollutants in breast milk - Time for a new chemicals policy.
Do EU consultation practices and codes of conduct for decision makers and lobbyists contribute to transparency and ethical decision making? An analysis.
By the Green 10.
Map of 22 controversial projects in the new member states from CEE Bankwatch Network and Friends of the Earth Europe. Look at the interactive version of the map Read the press release (10 March 2006).
Proceedings of the conference organised by Friends of the Earth Europe, Women in Development Europe with the support of the Heinrich B�ll Foundation and the European Parliament's Intergroup on Globalisation - Brussels, 09 November 2005.
Proposals from Environmental Organisations for a realistic and ambitious Sustainable Development Strategy - to be adopted by the June 2006 European Summit. A publication from the Green 10.
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Plant-based fuels from agriculture. Also known as biofuels
Genuine, just solutions to climate change
Energy efficiency and its benefits
Oil and gas exploration, and mining
Delivering a just transition to a 100% renewable, no nuclear, super energy-efficient, zero-fossil-fuel Europe by 2030
Clean alternatives to fossil fuels
Making companies accountable for harm they cause anywhere in the world
When EU and international policy-making is overly influenced by business and interest groups
The weakening of vital protections to please big business
EU trade and investment policy should start to put people before profit
Getting banks to take responsibility for social and environmental risks
EU Structural and Cohesion funds, principally for central and eastern Europe
Food and farming in Europe and its global impacts
Genetically modified crops and organisms
Standing up for our right to nature
Rethinking plastic, and reducing, reusing and recycling resources
Europe’s consumption of land, materials, water and carbon