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Throughout its 45 plus-year history, Friends of the Earth has done extensive policy analysis and reports for all of our campaigns. Below, you can find an archive of policy reports.
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A new report finds that already leased federal fossil fuels will last decades beyond targets set by the Paris Agreement on climate change.
The 2016 Cruise Ship Report Card lets vacationers decide which cruise to take based on a cruise ship or cruise line’s environmental and human health impacts.
This report has found that the pesticide industry is stifling urgently needed reforms that would help these essential pollinators survive and rebuild their numbers.
Farming for the Future details the science that demonstrates that organic and agroecological farming are fundamental to feeding all people, now and into the future.
This report from Friends of the Earth documents the transits between the Kinder Morgan oil terminal in Burnaby, British Colombia and the U.S. Oil and Refining Co. in Tacoma, Washington from 2010 to 2014.
Friends of the Earth commissioned an independent laboratory analysis of popular baby formulas to find out if they contain nanoparticles (extremely tiny man-made particles).
Report series (2 of 3) which looks at how new development banks in China and Brazil are redefining the landscape of international development and sustainable finance.
Report series (1 of 3) which looks at how new development banks in China and Brazil are redefining the landscape of international development and sustainable finance.
An analysis by Friends of the Earth that highlights how President Obama has fallen short on his climate legacy by suggesting nine executive actions he can take before leaving office.
Recent research in genetic engineering and “synthetic biology” and how has enabled scientists to artificially redesign life -- everything from microbes to people.