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Friends of the Earth produces factsheets to educate the public about policies being advanced in Congress and by the administration. Below you will find the most recent fact sheets. Click the project name (in parenthesis) to filter publications by project area.
Human health impact of the Fukushima-daiichi nuclear disaster
Impact on agriculture and fisheries from the Fukushima-daiichi nuclear disaster
The future of nuclear power, one year after the Fukushima-daiichi nuclear disaster.
Friends of the Earth aired a TV ad in southern California in cooperation with organizations in Orange County concerned about the dangers of the nuclear reactors at San Onofre. This issue brief provides a deeper explanation of the problems cited in the ad.
Cracking down on corporate tax dodgers is key to coming up with the funds to pay for essential domestic and international public needs, including assistance for developing countries to address climate change.
An explanation of the negative environmental, social, and economic effects of using corn ethanol
Position paper on addressing climate change from a social justice perspective, including fossil fuel subsidies
A civil society analysis of mitigation issues in the Durban talks
Key considerations for Green Climate Fund at COP 17 (2011)
Corn ethanol infrastructure, which includes pipelines, storage tanks, and special pumps at gas stations, is a bad investment for taxpayers and for the environment