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Friends of the Earth’s blog is a staff-run blog that provides policy analysis, insight and commentary about the environment and other progressive issues, advances our campaigns, and builds momentum for a healthy and just world.

Environmental Finance, COP Blog: Don't turn the GCF into the Greedy Corporate Fund

Dec. 22, 2014 / Posted by: Karen Orenstein / Categories: Advocacy, Blog, Climate and Energy, Economics for the Earth / Tags: Climate, Climate change, Climate disruption, Climate finance, Cop, Green climate fund, International finance, Karen orenstein, Lima, Peru

Posted 10 December, 2014 on Environmental Finance Last week, the UN Climate Summit in Lima, Peru, kicked off amid controversy with news that Japan had counted loans for coal projects in Indonesia as international climate finance. (Climate finance...

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Changing the climate at the COP

Dec. 22, 2014 / Posted by: Karen Orenstein / Categories: Advocacy, Blog, Climate and Energy, Economics for the Earth / Tags: Climate, Climate change, Climate disruption, Climate finance, Cop, Environment, International finance, Karen orenstein, Lima, Paris, People's climate march, Peru, President obama, Racial justice, Un

This year’s annual UN climate summit, known as the Conference of Parties or COP, has drawn to a close in Lima, Peru. In a disgraceful outcome predictable enough to be called a pattern, the COP once again failed to deliver what climate scienc...

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Friends of the Earth gives thanks

Nov. 27, 2014 / Posted by: Kate Colwell / Categories: Advocacy, Blog

Here at Friends of the Earth, we spend a lot of time fighting destructive projects and policies. But sometimes we forget to say thank you for the people we love and the practices we admire. There are many reasons we give thanks today, and we wante...

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