Economics for Earth

Earthworker Newsletter - June 2021

We’re very happy to be reporting to you once again via the Earthworker Newsletter. It’s been some time since our last edition, and a great amount of activity has been underway.
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Economics for Earth

FoEA News June 2021

Welcome to our May newsletter, full of radical news, updates and events from the many faces of FoE. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you'd like to know more! [email protected]e.org.au 
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Economics for Earth

Cane Toad Award launched

Friends of the Earth have teamed up with ActionAid and Jubilee Australia to launch the inaugural Cane Toad Award, where you will have the opportunity to have your say on which Australian corporation should be named and shamed for being the biggest Cane Toad.
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Economics for Earth

Adani contractor unable to find insurance for Carmichael coal work, Adani could be next

BMD, Adani’s most important contractor for the construction of the rail line component of the Carmichael thermal coal project, has admitted in a bombshell submission to a parliamentary inquiry that its work on Carmichael is being undertaken without public liability, environmental protection or director and officer insurance (see ABC coverage).
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Economics for Earth

FoEA News May 2021

Welcome to our May newsletter, full of radical news, updates and events from the many faces of FoE. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you'd like to know more! [email protected] 
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Economics for Earth

Australia should not be looking for another war

Friends of the Earth join the Independent and Peaceful Australia Network in condemning the frightening indications that the Australian Government is preparing to follow the US into a war with China.
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Economics for Earth

No more violence, no more silence!

Friends of the Earth International’s commitment to preventing violence and sexual harassment in our federation.
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Economics for Earth

Victorian cash for containers scheme announced

Friends of the Earth - a proud member of the Boomerang Alliance - welcome the decision to implement a cash for containers scheme in Victoria.
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Economics for Earth

Big banks snub local farmers concerned about Whitehaven Coal

Whitehaven Coal is one of the biggest coal mining corporations on the Australian share market and some of the world’s biggest banks, including Westpac, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank, played a key role in lending $1 billion to the company in 2020.
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