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Throughout its forty 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. Select the project (in parenthesis) to filter reports by project-area. If you have any difficulty locating any reports, please contact our publications manager.
Green Scissors 2011 tackles environmentally harmful spending in four major areas: energy, agriculture, transportation, and land and water.
The United Nations’ negotiations on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation – REDD+ – has become increasingly central in global discussions on climate change. This paper takes on ten misconceptions about the suitability of carbon mar
How the Renewable Fuel Standard mandates the consumption of biofuels that contribute to climate change.
This report examines the underhanded tactics and motivations of TransCanada Pipelines in pushing for approval of its proposed Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline.
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.
A report examining how the bioufels industry finances Congressional champions in thier re-election bids and how much money the industry spends on lobbying.
This groundbreaking report rigorously examines claims that nanotechnology will allow for continued economic growth and resource use while minimizing environmental impacts, showing that to date nanotechnology has failed to make good on these promises.
This report highlights our concerns with using synthetic biology to develop next-generation fuels. Synthetic biology is a dangerous, untested, unregulated technology that threatens the environment and public health.
Green Scissors 2010 identifies more than $200 billion in wasteful government spending that is damaging to the environment and harmful to consumers.
This June 2010 report by Friends of the Earth U.S. examines the various, and often contradictory, roles the World Bank is playing in relation to global efforts to address the climate crisis