Friends of the Earth – Asia Pacific
We are an alliance of member groups representing 13 countries across the Asia Pacific region.
Working hand-in-hand with indigenous peoples, grassroots communities, peasant farmers, fisherfolk, trade unions, and feminist movements, to create environmentally sustainable and socially just societies.
Find your local Friends of the Earth group and get active today.
Climate Justice and Energy
Forests and Biodiversity
School of Sustainability
Gender Justice Dismantling Patriarchy
Environmental Human Rights Defenders
Economic Justice and Resisting Neoliberalism
Waters of March: Action for rivers in the Philippines
The Philippines has 421 principal rivers spread across 119 proclaimed watersheds. Aside from providing water to drink for 110 million Filipinos, these are also the source of irrigation for almost a million hectares of agricultural lands across the nation, and a...
The importance of a Loss and Damage Fund for Coastal Communities in Indonesia
On November 6-18, 2022, the 27th Conference of Parties (COP) was held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. World leaders, climate groups and activists met in Egypt to discuss plans to safeguard the planet's future. Throughout the conference, civil society groups exchanged ideas...
Proposed football training facility threatens to destroy protected forest land in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has announced plans to establish a new residential training facility in the Ramu upazila of Cox’s Bazar District, in South-East Bangladesh, on 20 acres of hilly forest land. It has been reported that FIFA is providing funding...