ECA Support for Coal in the Face of OECD Financing Restrictions

This report analyzes potential and current support for coal plants by ECAs in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which includes most of the world’s largest ECAs (though, notably, not China).

The African Development Bank & Energy Access Finance in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends and Insights from Recent Data

The African Development Bank (AfDB) launched the New Deal on Energy for Africa in 2016, which lays out AfDB’s strategy to help the continent achieve universal electricity access by 2025—a more ambitious timeline than the UN Sustainable Development Goal of universal energy access by 2030.

Chain Reaction IV: Burger Edition

How top restaurants rate on reducing antibiotic use in their meat supply chains.

Indigenous Participation at IMO Briefing Q&A

Incorporating Arctic Indigenous Peoples Perspectives in International Maritime Law: Q&A Briefing

Indigenous IMO Campaign Fact Sheet

For over two years, Friends of the Earth has partnered with indigenous organizations, foundations and other environmental organizations to discuss achieving official consultative status for Arctic Indigenous peoples at the IMO.

Scaling Up Healthy, Climate-Friendly School Food

Within this broader vision of climate-friendly foodservice, this report focuses primarily on strategies for increasing offerings of healthy, cost-effective plant forward foods.

Gene-edited organisms in agriculture: Risks and unexpected consequences

The unexpected and unintended effects of all genetically engineered organisms, regardless of whether ‘traditional’ or gene-edited genetic engineering techniques have been used, have the potential to cause environmental and human health problems.

How Palm Oil Poses Material Risks to Investors

Palm oil is an edible plant oil derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree and used in thousands of consumer products, from cookies to cosmetics to biofuels.

The Importance of Land Rights for Investors in Agribusiness

Within the field of sustainable development, there is no concern more fundamental than the governance and management of land and natural re- sources. Yet institutional investors with significant holdings in emerging markets securities often fail to account for the material risks and benefits of properly incorporating land tenure and customary land rights into due diligence practices.

Environmental Social and Governance Policies of the Top U.S. Financiers of Palm Oil

Current ranking among US equity investors with stocks in palm oil production, by dollar amount invested.