Friends of the Earth Asia Pacific (APac) will hold its first School of Sustainability in South Lampung Regency, Indonesia, from November 26-30, with the goal to build the political capacities, and others, of young environmentalists. The School will take place in parallel to the Biennial General Meeting (BGM) of Friends of the Earth International, so that the participants of the School can get to know this experience and the activists of over 70 countries of the world who will be present there. Some of the key areas to be dealt with at the school include: forest fires, trade, investment and campaign strategies.
In April 2015, the Supreme Court of Nepal directed the government to shut down the controversial Godawari Marbles Factory, located in the Lalitpur district, in a move to protect the environment and biodiversity. The justices stated that the factory’s operations, including quarrying and extraction works, caused adverse impacts on the local environment and threatened the existence of globally important flora and fauna. Read more
CELCOR - Fiends of the Earth Papua New Guinea (PNG) warns about the dangers of a deep sea mining project to be built in the country by Canadian company Nautilus Minerals, and located in the waters of New Ireland and East New Britain provinces. Read more
Hye Lyn Kim is one of the young people who participated in the School of Sustainability of Friends of the Earth Asia Pacific, which came to an end on Wednesday in the Indonesian South Lampung Regency, Lampung province. She is member of KFEM . - Friends of the Earth South Korea and is also participating for the first time in the Biennial General Meeting of Friends of the Earth International that is taking place in South Lampung. Read more
The role and pressure exerted by international and regional financial institutions on Asian countries is one of the issues analyzed in the framework of the School of Sustainability of Friends of the Earth Asia Pacific (APac) which is being carried out in South Lampung Regency, Lampung Province, Indonesia. Read more
The first edition of Friends of the Earth Asia Pacific´s (APac) School of Sustainability was launched on Saturday in South Lampung Regency, Lampung Province, Indonesia, in the island of Sumatra. The activity is part of the Biennial General Meeting of Friends of the Earth International. Read more
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