Summer 2015

Climate colonialism

When the United Nations convenes the 2015 Climate Change Conference in Paris this December, stakes will be high. Developed countries are undermining this tremendous opportunity by taking a deeply problematic climate mindset to the negotiating table, one that unfairly punishes poor countries for the acts of richer ones. The negotiating table is tilted, and the super storms, heat waves, drought and other climate disruptions will flow to the vulnerable developing world first.

While the developed world is largely responsible for climate disruption, it is the developing world that primarily experiences the impacts, and most acutely. This is climate colonialism.

Also in this issue: Anatomy of a land grab, Growing bee-safe, and climate finance

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Previous Issues

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The Price of Palm

The fight for Indonesian forests and communities


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.


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.



Newsmagazine Summer 2010

A crude awakening

Newsmagazine Fall 2010

Something's Fishy


Newsmagazine Spring 2009

Yes we can, but will we?

Newsmagazine Summer 2009

40th anniversary

Newsmagazine Fall 2009

Making waves for climate justice





Newsmagazine Summer 2005

Champion of the Sierra Madre

Newsmagazine Winter 2005

Toyota's green commitment: Fact or fiction?


Under Our Skin

Personal care products linked to cancer and birth defects




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