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Media Release: NEW REPORT ‘The Coal Agenda: Mayur Resources and the push to start a coal industry in PNG’

A new report from CELCOR (Centre for Environmental Law and Community Rights Inc) and the Jubilee Australia Research Centre has raised significant concerns about a proposal from an ASX listed Australian energy company, Mayur Resources, to build the Pacific’s first...

THE COAL AGENDA: Mayur Resources and the push to start a coal industry in PNG

Pacific Island states are some of the most vulnerable nations in the world when it comes to the impact of climate change. As yet, none of the Pacific Island States have any operational coal mines of coal-fired power stations. However, this could all soon change. Mayur...

COVID-19 IN THE GAZA STRIP

Listen to Real World Radio interview here. “The Israeli occupation’s attacks on Palestinians have massively damaged health facilities and targeted health workers.  The ongoing, direct attacks have caused thousands of injuries and hundreds of fatalities, which...

What will be the future of food?

The global pandemic has exposed the flaws in our current highly concentrated, inequitable, industrial food system. At this moment, we stand at the crossroads with two starkly different, and fundamentally incompatible, visions for the future of food. One leads us to...

Israeli Occupation and Forced Annexation: How Palestinians will further lose their lands and livelihoods

Join Friends of the Earth Asia Pacific, Friends of the Earth International, and Palestinian Environmental NGOs Network (PENGON/Friends of the Earth Palestine) for this online event to discuss the Israeli Occupation and Forced Annexation: How Palestinians will further...

Principles for a Just Recovery from the COVID crisis

Recovery does not mean going ‘back to normal’. This is the time to prioritise justice, sustainability, human rights, and the protection of livelihoods and the planet. This article is the culmination of collective debates and work from Friends of the Earth...

A #JustRecovery from COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is the result of an economic system that prioritises profits over peoples’ rights and the environment. The systemic, inter-related socio-ecological crises we face — climate, biodiversity, food, water, economic and care — and...