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Making a Bad Situation Worse: Manure Digesters at Mega Dairies in Wisconsin

The report documents the harmful community impacts associated with the rapid growth of anaerobic digesters in Kewaunee County, Wisconsin.

FOIA Response: Recommendations from EXIM Climate Council

Response to FOIA filed by Friends of the Earth US -- email outlining recommendations from EXIM Climate Council.

2023 Annual Report

Read all about the wins that Friends of the Earth achieved in 2023, all thanks to the support of our powerful membership base.

EXIM Bank critical minerals comments

The civil society and Indigenous-led organizations below respond to EXIM’s request for information to assist the United States Export-Import Bank (EXIM) in supporting critical minerals projects.

Public Enemies: Assessing MDB & G20 International Finance Institutions’ Energy Finance

Significant continued fossil fuel support by a handful of countries is blocking a globally just and equitable transition to clean energy.

Bull in the Climate Shop

Bull in the Climate Shop examines U.S. bank financing of meat, dairy, and feed corporations and the sizable climate impact of that financing.

U.S. – Mexico GMO corn dispute resources

Friends of the Earth U.S. submitted a brief describing significant new science on health risks of genetically engineered corn.

The Hydrogen Hustle: How the Biden Administration can prevent another fossil fuel subsidy

Led by Big Oil and other polluters, a massive lobbying campaign is underway to ensure that “clean hydrogen” is defined as laxly as possible. The largest single target of this lobbying blitz is the 45V hydrogen tax credit, passed as part of the Inflation Reduction Act and expected to cost taxpayers hundreds of billions over the next decade.

Artificial Intelligence Threats to Climate Change

Tech accountability and environmental groups sound the alarm on the potential harms of AI to the planet and information ecosystems.

Recommendations for DFC’s Suspension and Debarment Rule

DFC’s proposed rule should include provisions to ensure that DFC and the U.S. government do not provide funding to entities that cause harm and make no efforts to remediate the harm.