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“The devil will actually be in the details”: UN climate change negotiations kick off
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“The devil will actually be in the details”: UN climate change negotiations kick off

The COP27 takes place 6-18 November 2022 in Egypt
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UN Negotiations for a Binding Treaty on transnational corporations and human rights end with a protest
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UN Negotiations for a Binding Treaty on transnational corporations and human rights end with a protest

“There is an elephant in the room,” denounces Friends of the Earth International
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Hunger crisis: UN Committee on World Food Security at a crossroads
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Hunger crisis: UN Committee on World Food Security at a crossroads

Will this week's negotiations bring more of the same proposals, or lead to structural changes that put people at the centre?
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Linking alternatives: building peasant agroecology in Togo
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Linking alternatives: building peasant agroecology in Togo

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Politics shall be Indigenous
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Politics shall be Indigenous

Brazil: the world’s largest indigenous camp came to an end on 14 April
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The impacts of industrial plantations on African women
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The impacts of industrial plantations on African women

New documentary by Friends of the Earth Africa
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It’s Time To Put an End To Free Trade
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It’s Time To Put an End To Free Trade

A video by Friends of the Earth Brazil and the World March of Women shows how free trade is attacking lives in the global South.
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“A movement in formation”: Online Screening on La Via Campesina and RWR Facebook pages
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“A movement in formation”: Online Screening on La Via Campesina and RWR Facebook pages

LVC presents “A movement in formation”. Online Screening, Sunday, 18 April 2021
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Communities in Asia united in the fight against coal
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Communities in Asia united in the fight against coal

Civil society organisations in Indonesia, Bangladesh and Japan are working together to halt the expansion of coal mining
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Reviving indigenous agroecology in the Philippines: “Sulagad”
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Reviving indigenous agroecology in the Philippines: “Sulagad”

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Small-scale farming in the European Union: youth voices from the ground
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Small-scale farming in the European Union: youth voices from the ground

A podcast by Friends of the Earth Europe and Real World Radio
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The sentencing of David Castillo for the murder of Berta Cáceres: COPINH’s response
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The sentencing of David Castillo for the murder of Berta Cáceres: COPINH’s response

Interview with Bertha Zúniga, COPINH coordinator and daughter of Berta Cáceres
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Friends of the Earth International at 50!
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Friends of the Earth International at 50!

Special radio show: former chairs share memories and the history of the world’s largest grassroots environmental organisation
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Politics shall be Indigenous
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Politics shall be Indigenous

Brazil: the world’s largest indigenous camp came to an end on 14 April
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Urgent consideration rights: the people from Uruguay must not endorse neoliberalism
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Urgent consideration rights: the people from Uruguay must not endorse neoliberalism

Uruguay promotes referendum to decide whether to partially repeal a law passed in record time that affects fundamental rights (*)
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Africa: the impacts of climate change following new IPCC warnings
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Africa: the impacts of climate change following new IPCC warnings

Increase in droughts and floods, loss of livelihoods and forced migration
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