They’ve been exploited by their government and oil companies for decades — now it’s time for justiceSince March 2013, four major river basins in the Peruvian Amazon have been declared environmental and humanitarian crisis zones. And after decades of oil exploitation, Peruvian communities are still fighting back — several are raising their voices to demand that Petroperú clean up its act before the company tries to renew its license for oil... (More...)
Pacific Climate Warriors
This October, 30 Pacific Climate Warriors will bring the story of climate change
impacts on their homes to Australia. This is climate change fuelled by Australian fossil fuels.
Join us to #StandUpForThePacific
Switch off Tata Mundra
The World Bank refuses to recognize its own policy violations and the serious impacts of financing a deadly coal plant in Mundra, India. Let’s put pressure on World Bank’s president, Dr. Jim Kim, and make them stop ignoring the facts.
Société Genérale: kick your coal habit
With banks publicly stating they will reduce their investments in coal, it is now time for private banks such as Société Générale to make this pledge as well.
Ban Divestment? No way.
Coal companies in Australia are pushing the government to make our fossil fuel divestment campaign illegal. We need your help to push back!
Save Palawan's Pristine Environment
New coal plants in the face of Typhoon Haiyan and climate change are unacceptable — help us protect Palawan, the last frontier in the Philippines.
Rampal plant in Bangladesh
Join the struggle to stop Rampal coal plant — a massive dirty project that could create devastating and irreversible impacts on the beautiful forests of the Sundarbans.
The Fossil Free campaign is building a global movement to divest from fossil fuels. If it’s wrong to wreck the climate, it’s wrong to profit from that wreckage.
Trans Pacific Partnership
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a trade deal being negotiated behind closed doors that would boost corporate power at the expense of our climate and environment. We’re calling the negotiating parties to pull out of this corporate power-grab.