Letter Supporting John Stanton for EXIM Chairman

The undersigned leaders of environmental organizations write in support of President Biden nominating John Stanton as Chairman of the Export-Import Bank (EXIM)

FOE USDA Climate Comments

Friends of the Earth U.S., on behalf of 2.8 million members and supporters in the United States, is pleased to present these comments in response to USDA’s Request for Public Comment on the Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad.

FOE Opposition to Growing Climate Solutions Act

Why the “Growing Climate Solutions Act” Will Fail Farmers, Harm Frontline Communities, and Exacerbate the Climate Crisis

Renewable Electricity Standard sign-on letter

On behalf of our millions of members and activists nationwide, we, the undersigned 666 organizations—including climate, environmental and energy justice, democracy, faith, Indigenous, and racial justice groups—urge you to pass a Renewable Electricity Standard (RES) in the infrastructure package and reject gas and other false climate solutions to address the climate emergency.

International Developmental Committee Inquiry

FoE US submits this written evidence to answer “the extent to which the Government has made progress on implementing the Committee’s recommendations, particularly those on ... the use of ODA to support fossil fuels.”

2020 Annual Report

Despite the chaos of the past year, the Friends of the Earth family—including our Members, volunteers, activists, board of directors and staff—has achieved some important wins for people and the planet.

EXIM Legal Obligation Letter

We are writing to bring to your attention the attached legal opinion on Export Credit Agencies’ (ECAs’) financing for fossil fuel projects.

Transnet EXIM FOIA

EXIM FOIA Transnet

Port of Charleston Shore Power Analysis

Shore power provides an alternative to running auxiliary engines that has the potential to reduce air pollutant emissions in a cost-effective manner.

Shore Power Emission Reductions

Potential emission reductions from container ship shore power at the Port of Charleston