Newsmagazines

Spring 2015

Troubled waters

Friends of the Earth's spring 2015 newsmagazine tackles a multitude of water issues, examining the specific threats and the people and ecosystems they affect. In Nicaragua, a planned canal of unprecedented scale would disrupt the region's source of fresh water. In the Pacific Northwest, rivers and the Puget Sound are becoming a staging ground of increased fossil fuel exports. 

Also inside: lessons still to be learned from the BP Gulf spill; developments on fracking across the country; a look at the #BeeBold action center.

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Previous Issues

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2015

2014

The Price of Palm

The fight for Indonesian forests and communities

2013

Turning the tide: keeping genetically engineered seafood out of grocery stores

This is the spring 2013 issue of the quarterly Friends of the Earth Newsmagazine.

2012

Bug off: Keeping genetically engineered mosquitoes out of the Florida Keys

Earth Budget: Protecting the environment, not corporate wealth

This is the summer 2012 issue of the quartely Friends of the Earth Newsmagazine.

Extreme weather and climate change

This is the fall 2012 issue of the quartely Friends of the Earth Newsmagazine.

2011

2010

Newsmagazine Summer 2010

A crude awakening

Newsmagazine Fall 2010

Something's Fishy

2009

Newsmagazine Spring 2009

Yes we can, but will we?

Newsmagazine Summer 2009

40th anniversary

Newsmagazine Fall 2009

Making waves for climate justice

2008

2007

2006

2005

Newsmagazine Summer 2005

Champion of the Sierra Madre

Newsmagazine Winter 2005

Toyota's green commitment: Fact or fiction?

2004

Under Our Skin

Personal care products linked to cancer and birth defects

2003

2002

#BeeBold

Let's get to work

It's time to #BeeBold and take action in our own backyards and beyond.

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