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End US public finance for fossil fuels letter

We urge the Biden Administration to act swiftly to end new financing for all parts of the fossil fuel supply chain (including for gas), stop new U.S. fossil fuel support within 90 days across all government institutions, and work with other nations to end fossil fuel financing.

Closing the Dirty Energy Gap

The amount fossil fuel-reliant communities require to decouple from the federal leasing program pales in comparison to the bailouts the failing fossil fuel industry receives. As we build back better, we should build back with new protections for communities tied to fossil fuel extraction that foster a safer, healthier, and more economically secure future.

Frontline Letter to BlackRock

As community leaders, environmental and land defenders, and civil society activists from around the world, we write to you today about your continued failure to recognize and respect the rights of Indigenous Peoples, Afro-descendant peoples, women, and local communities through your investments.

Letter on CLEAN Future Act

The CLEAN Future Act (H.R. 1512) is a prime example of the type of half-measure we must avoid. The CES in the newly proposed bill is defined broadly enough to allow “natural” gas (fossil gas), biomass, and nuclear power to qualify.

The State of School Lunch in California

The need to make school food healthier, climate-friendly and accessible to all families is more urgent than ever.

Letter on OECD Secretary-General selection

As organizations representing millions of members working on the intersections of economic, social, environmental and climate justice, we are writing to urge you to reject Mathias Cormann’s bid for OECD Secretary-General.

Letter to DFC on East African Crude Oil Pipeline

We write to urge you to reject any applications to the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) seeking financing for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) or associated infrastructure and services in Uganda and Tanzania.

Letter to EXIM on East African Crude Oil Pipeline

We write to urge you to reject any applications to the U.S. Export-Import Bank (EXIM) seeking financing for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) or associated infrastructure and services in Uganda and Tanzania.

Comments to UK government on overseas fossil fuel support ban

As an organization, Friends of the Earth United States (FoE US) submits the following comments in response to United Kingdom government announcement last year to end its financing for oil and gas projects overseas.

Organic School Food Roadmap

This report outlines six key strategies and shares seven brief case studies from diverse school districts that show how school districts with various food service models can successfully source organic food.