Friends of the Earth Japan

Created in 1980, FoE Japan was one of Japan’s first NGOs to work on international environmental problems. The organization joined FoEI in 1983.

FoE Japan’s main campaigns are on climate change and energy, forest protection (in particular promotion of sound forest utilization in Japan, and forest conservation in Russia), reform of Japanese and international financial institutions (in particular the new Japan Bank for International Cooperation), Fukushima support and nuclear phase-out, and more.

FoE Japan’s ultimate goal is to create a world in which all people may live peacefully and equitably.

 


Friends of the Earth Japan
Address: 1-21-9, Komone
Itabashi-ku
173-0037 Tokyo, Japan
Phone: +81-3-6909-5983
Fax: +81-3-6909-5986
Web: www.foejapan.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/FoEJapan
Twitter: @FoEJapan
Contact: Friends of the Earth Japan

Latest Updates from Friends of the Earth Japan
The Reality of Nuclear Power Plant Workers

The Reality of Nuclear Power Plant Workers

In the summer of 2011, more than four months after the accident, a subcontractor at TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant carried 20 kilograms of lead plates on his back and, on cue, ran up a steep set of stairs of the Unit 1 reactor building to a height...

Japan must not be allowed to violate the G7 Leaders’ Statement

Japan must not be allowed to violate the G7 Leaders’ Statement

Supporting new Coal Plants in Indonesia and Bangladesh goes against the Agreement Despite the G7’s Statement, stating to “end new direct international government support for unabated coal-fired power generation by the end of 2021”, the Japanese government is still...