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Tax laws influence where we live, what we eat, how we treat wildlife, what crops we plant and how rapidly we cut down forests. By weaving a set of tax laws that match our society’s values, we can address environmental problems.
This fact sheet gives an overview of the fossil fuel industry giveaways proposed for elimination in President Obama's Fiscal Year 2012 budget.
Friends of the Earth U.S.'s input on the role of the private sector in the design of the Green Climate Fund.
Writing in opposition to the balanced budget amendment being considered by the House Judiciary Committee, House Joint Resolution 1 (H.J. Res.1).
Letter expressing opposition to H.R. 2560, the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act of 2011.
Letter to recommend that any deficit deal must represent a balanced approach that focuses both on cutting wasteful subsidies that harm the public interest and raising significant revenues.
Comments to CFTC on Dodd-Frank rulemaking regarding whether carbon should be included in the forward contract exclusion
This issue brief details how the Department of Energy’s Title XVII loan guarantee program has largely functioned as a massive subsidy for nuclear power plants.
Experts at seven non-governmental organizations including Friends of the Earth examine the World Bank’s surge in direct and indirect fossil fuel financing through a series of seven case studies.
To urge the U.S. Ex‐Im Bank to make a decision based on the consideration of the full costs of coal to society when considering project financing for the Kusile coal plant project.