Friends of the Earth Action applauds Sen. Gillibrand for embracing a bold Green New Deal that ends our exploitation of fossil fuels — averting climate catastrophe and ensuring our economy works for everyone.
Friends of the Earth U.S. and Friends of the Earth Action today publicly released a resolution from the two boards of directors calling on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to begin an impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump.
As a frontline community, our city must set a precedent and we demand that all our elected officials sign the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge to keep dirty fossil fuel money out of politics. The future of our climate is in too much peril to take a pass on these important policies.
Friends of the Earth Action applauds Governor Inslee for outlining concrete steps to transition our economy in just manner while creating good jobs and healthier communities. We call on other candidates to show us exactly how they would build a more equitable world as they phase out fossil fuels.
In many ways, Biden’s plan reads like an Obama Administration ‘greatest missed opportunities list.’ To avert climate catastrophe, we must end the extraction and burning of all fossil fuels, period.
Today, Friends of the Earth Action signed an open letter that was sent to all 2020 presidential candidates urging them to make comprehensive democracy reform an integral part of their campaign platforms.
Joe Biden’s climate moderation is a presidential disqualification. Seeking middle ground with the fossil fuel industry in 2019 is tantamount to climate denial.
Inslee’s 100% Clean Energy for America Plan shows that he understands just how serious the climate crisis is and that he is committed to taking this fight to the national level.
Alfred Brownell, a Liberian human rights lawyer and recipient of the 2019 Goldman Environmental Prize for Africa, and a group of environmental activists protested at the San Francisco headquarters of global asset manager BlackRock this morning.
When confronted by organizers with Friends of the Earth Action, newly announced presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke refused to support a Green New Deal that phased-out fossil fuels, including fracked natural gas, which he strongly supported in 2018.