Breath of the Earth
Since the beginning of the industrial era the Co2 concentration has been increasing exponentially. It's breathtaking...isn't it?
YFoEE summer camp Ónod, Hungary 2011
The summer camp of Young Friends of the Earth Europe was in Hungary this year. Bringing more than 60 young people from Europe to the small village of Ónod in North-Eastern Hungary, the camp gave opportunity for youth to gain new knowledge and experience through discussing sustainable development, climate change and food security.
Friends of the Earth International is 40 years old
This 25-minute film is based on interviews that were done at Malaysia with many people from the federation, and contains diverse reflections about the meaning of FoEI!
Once upon a time - the strange story of the Bank that wanted to save the East

A historical perspective on the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development as it celebrates its twentieth birthday and agrees a move into the newly-liberated countries of North Africa.


An Introduction to Friends of the Earth International
Friends of the Earth International is the world's largest grassroots environmental network, uniting 76 national member groups and some 5,000 local activist groups on every continent. With over 2 million members and supporters around the world, we campaign on today's most urgent environmental and social issues.
Soy greenwash

Detective Pig investigates soy production in South America and finds out the truth behind a new label for 'responsible' soy. This label will be launched on the European market this spring by the Round Table on Responsible Soy (RTRS), a voluntary certification scheme supported by agribusiness including Monsanto and Unilever, and a few NGOs.

Peter and Jane: A Short Film about Biofuels
The Killing Fields
The rapid spread of animal feed plantations across South America is wiping out rainforests and destroying the communities who've lived on the land for centuries. The Killing Fields lifts the lid on the battle to feed our factory farms.