This report from Friends of the Earth documents the transits between the Kinder Morgan oil terminal in Burnaby, British Colombia and the U.S. Oil and Refining Co. in Tacoma, Washington from 2010 to 2014.
Throughout much of the world, where people depend directly on lands, rivers, forests and soils, defending the environment is not a luxury; it is a necessity of survival and a cultural imperative.
Friends of the Earth commissioned an independent laboratory analysis of popular baby formulas to find out if they contain nanoparticles (extremely tiny man-made particles).
Report series (2 of 3) which looks at how new development banks in China and Brazil are redefining the landscape of international development and sustainable finance.
Our new report and scorecard graded 20 of the largest food retailers in the United States on their policies and practices regarding pollinator protection, organic offerings and pesticide reduction.
Report series (1 of 3) which looks at how new development banks in China and Brazil are redefining the landscape of international development and sustainable finance.
Second annual report and scorecard that grades America’s top restaurant chains’ on their policies and practices regarding antibiotics use and transparency in their meat and poultry supply chains.
As a member of Friends of the Earth, you’re fueling the fight for a healthy and just world. From saving bees from extinction to stopping international trade deals that threaten public health and the environment, you’re doing great things to protect us from an uncertain future. Read on to see what you’ve helped achieve in the last few months.