Resources Archive


FOE Brand Guidelines

We created this document to give you a deeper insight into our brand. It offers guidance and inspiration for everything we do.

OECD Recommendations from Civil Society Organizations

This document outlines the views of civil society organizations (CSOs) on revisions to the OECD Council on Common Approaches for Officially Supported Export Credits and Environmental and Social Due Diligence.

Spanish Language Climate Disinformation Policy Recommendations

There are clear enforcement disparities in the way social media companies are moderating disinformation, hate speech, and other harmful content in English compared to Spanish.

2022 Annual Report

2022 was a historic year. After decades of advocacy, we won the largest investment ever to fight climate change.

CSOs Call on DFC to Strengthen its Revised ESPP

The undersigned organizations welcome the opportunity to provide input on the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation's (DFC) review of its Environmental and Social Policy and Procedures (ESPP).

Cruising Vs Land Vacationing: An Analysis

An analysis of vacation carbon footprints in Seattle

NY Deforestation Bill Fact Sheet

This year, New York’s legislature (S.4859/A.5682) to prevent the state from procuring goods that were grown or harvested on cleared or degraded tropical land was introduced.

Comments on Graphite Mine in Mozambique

The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) is considering supporting the Syrah Balama Graphite Mine in Mozambique despite local communities not being employed by the project, families not receiving proper compensation and impacted community members being unaware of their rights.

Finance Campaigning to Block Petrochemicals & Plastics and Create Safe Communities

Plastics pollute throughout the supply chain – from fossil fuel extraction to processing and manufacturing at petrochemical plants.

On World Water Day, new briefing paper calls on banks and financiers to prohibit harmful financing to free flowing rivers

The briefing paper explains why it is important for banks and financiers to prohibit direct and indirect financing to harmful activities which negatively impact or alter free flowing rivers.