Monthly Archives: December 2013

Our 35th birthday!

Birthday celebrations are happening today, as Scotland’s leading environmental campaign group mark their 35th anniversary. Ensuring justice for people and the environment has been the main objective of Friends of the Earth Scotland for those three and a half decades … Continue reading

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From the front-line of anti-shale gas struggles – Guest blog

Antoine Simon and David Heller from Friends of the Earth Europe, travelled to the village of Pungeşti in Romania this weekend to observe and document the village’s resistance to shale gas. The community’s stand against Chevron has become one of … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Life of Nelson Mandela: Guest Blog

By Bobby Peek, Director of groundWork (as hosted on Friends of the Earth South Africa blog) The environmental justice movement, and indeed my own environmental justice activism is grounded by the experience of working with Madiba to ensure that South … Continue reading

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