Resources
DFC OIG on Rovuma LNG Project

Letter to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) regarding growing violence in northern Mozambique related to the gas development.

Comments to Export-Import Bank on Pemex Facilities

Friends of the Earth writes in strong opposition to the proposed $400 million in support for Pemex, the Mexican state-owned oil company.

A Surge in Support: A Review of 15 Years of OPIC’s Energy Financing

This issue brief is the second in a series analyzing OPIC’s policies and performance and providing recommendations for the DFC in its formative months and years.

ECAs, COVID-19 and climate

Recommendations to ensure that economic support protects people and the planet.

DFC Impact Quotient Submission

As organizations that support communities around the world to raise their voices and input into the development decisions that affect them, we are writing to ensure that the IQ is as strong as possible and results in development that benefits instead of harms communities.

DFC nuclear comments

Friends of the Earth writes to express our concerns with the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation’s (DFC’s) proposal to take nuclear off of its Categorical Prohibitions list in its Environmental and Social Policy and Procedures (ESPP).

Letter to Ex-Im Bank on COVID-19

As policy makers decide on the shape and size of stimulus packages, determining economic trajectories for decades to come, climate considerations must be central to their calculations. The worldwide health crisis is affecting every economy and society.

Still Digging: G20 Governments Continue to Finance the Climate Crisis

This analysis shows that since the Paris Agreement was made, G20 countries have acted directly counter to it by providing at least USD 77 billion a year in finance for oil, gas, and coal projects through their international public finance institutions.

Korean Translation: G20 Governments Continue to Finance the Climate Crisis

Korean translation: This analysis shows that since the Paris Agreement was made, G20 countries have acted directly counter to it by providing at least USD 77 billion a year in finance for oil, gas, and coal projects through their international public finance institutions.

Japanese Translation: G20 Governments Continue to Finance the Climate Crisis

Japanese translation: This analysis shows that since the Paris Agreement was made, G20 countries have acted directly counter to it by providing at least USD 77 billion a year in finance for oil, gas, and coal projects through their international public finance institutions.