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Climate justice. System change. Grassroots movement-building. Fun! All the latest on what's going on in the Friends of the Earth network across Europe.

Climate justice. System change. Grassroots movement-building. Fun! All the latest on what's going on in the Friends of the Earth network across Europe.
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Climate justice. System change. Grassroots movement-building. Fun! All the latest on what's going on in the Friends of the Earth network across Europe.






Episode #12 - Energy Democracy Now! Building a movement to create solutions

In September 2017, energy experts and activists from 20 countries gathered in Spain and explored how clean, renewable energy can remain in people's hands. Listen to Lavinia, Alexandra, Dirk and Angel talk about energy efficiency, cooperatives, mobility, remunicipalisation and much more!

Duration: 00:35:51

Episode #11: tales from FoE Sweden's climate camp

Special guest episode! Jöran from Friends of the Earth Sweden takes us behind the scenes at the climate camp they organised this summer...

Duration: 00:28:01

Episode #9: reflecting on 10 years directing our network

Our director, Magda Stoczkiewicz, stepped down last month after ten years at the helm of our European network. We caught up with her in her last week at work to talk about her reflections on her time with us and the broader environmental movement, and her advice on how to tackle the challenges we're facing today.

Duration: 00:23:09

Episode 8: Putting the Eco before the Ego: a look at feminism in the environmental justice movement

This episode looks at feminism and how it relates to our work for environmental justice. We talked to four members of our network. Ivana brings us to Bosnia-Herzegovina where they started integrating the work for gender justice within their own campaigns for environmental justice. Shenna gives us a bit of an insight on the School of Sustainability work on power and privilege, giving us another perspective on equity for all and how we can achieve this. Louise and Sinead bring us to Ireland...

Duration: 00:42:13

Episode #7 - The people power behind a fossil free Europe

This episode introduces four stories from individuals – the people power behind the transition to the fossil fuel free future we need. We talk to people involved in three Friends of the Earth groups, on the potential for community-owned and managed renewables in Denmark, on the perfect plan for transitioning Estonia away from dirty oil shale, and on how local resistance and perseverance has turned a small Czech town into an example of the just transition we need to move away from dirty...

Duration: 00:26:49

Episode #6 - Zagreb: Capital of Trash

This episode is a story that touches on giant bags of fake money, the actual mafia, and plans to clean up the capital of Croatia. While cities in Denmark and Cyprus enjoy the status of European Capitals of Culture in 2017, Zagreb has been blessed with a rather less sought-after title by Zelena Akcija/Friends of the Earth Croatia: the EU capital of trash. The city came last among EU capitals for separately collecting and recycling waste in a 2015 study, with recyclable material worth an...

Duration: 00:28:07

Episode #5 - stopping the "dam tsumani" in Bosnia & Herzegovina

In Bosnia & Herzegovina, almost 300 dams are built, under construction or planned for the country's 244 rivers. Here's the story of how they're being resisted from the grassroots.

Duration: 00:50:31

Episode #4 - How to stop CETA: instruction pack

In this episode, we walk you through the different stages of the #StopCETA campaign. Going from Bratislava to Dublin, passing by Brussels and Luxembourg, the movement has had quite an intense autumn 2016. CETA might be signed, yet people still have a few tricks to stop this free-trade deal between Canada and the EU.

Duration: 00:28:42

Episode #3 - how to broaden the environmental movement

We talk intersectionality – what it is, and how we can (practically!) make the environmental justice movement broader and more inclusive. Let’s not mince words: we mean less white, male, straight and middle-class.

Duration: 00:26:09

Episode #2 - climate win in Scotland!

Good news in the fight against dirty energy! Mary from Friends of the Earth Scotland joins us to explain what a recent ban on Underground Coal Gasification means, and how they're fighting for a fossil free future for the country.

Duration: 00:09:37

Episode #1 - anti-coal struggles across Europe

How a $5bn dollar deal to buy some of the dirtiest mines in Europe brought together Friends of the Earth groups from Germany, Sweden and the Czech Republic.

Duration: 00:16:35