Japan Needs to Withdraw From LNG Canada – Serious Human Rights Violations In Coastal GasLink Pipeline
Indigenous People and their supporters vo ...
[PRESS RELEASE] CSOs Condemn Japan’s Decision to Finance LNG Canada Project – Japan Digs Deeper into Fossil Fuels Even as the Rest of The World Moves to Phase Them Out
Movement toward a phase out of coal and other fossil fuels accelerated at the 26th session of the Conference of the P ...
[STATEMENT] JBIC and Private Banks Must Reconsider Decision to Finance LNG Canada Project NGOs Strongly Condemn JBIC’s Decision to Provide Public Finance ThatIgnores Climate Crisis and Rights of Indigenous Peoples Ahead of COP 26
Friends of the Earth Japan
Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society (JACSES)
NGOs in Japan and Mozambique Request Cancellation of Biomass Power in Ishinomaki Calling It “New Form of Colonialism”
The planned project site and an anti-project banner
Today, three NGOs working on the environment, human rights, ...
We stand in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en First Nation who are fighting to protect their land, culture, water and ...
JICA Must NOT Support Coal Plant in Indramayu, Indonesia!” CSOs Submitted the Petition to Japanese government (endorsed by 10860 Individuals from 114 Countries and 114 Organizations from 34 Countries) ahead of COP26
Please sign on the petition as we are still collecting more signatures!
CSOs Submitted Letter Demanding Japanese Mega Banks Not Finance LNG Canada Project and Withdraw from Coastal Gaslink Pipeline Project- Take Action to Avoid Serious Violations of Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and Climate Crisis!
Today, civil society groups and an indigenous group in Japan and Canada submitted a l ...
Press Release: CSOs Submitted a Letter Demanding JBIC Not to Finance the LNG Canada Project – Do Not Violate the Rights of Indigenous Peoples or Fuel the Climate Crisis
Wet’suwet’en people trying to stop the police from coming into their territory (credit: Michael Toledano) ...
Japan must not be allowed to violate the G7 Leaders’ Statement- Supporting new Coal Plants in Indonesia and Bangladesh goes against the Agreement – CSOs Submitted the Statement to Japanese government (endorsed by 120 Organizations from 25 Countries)
Joint Statement with the list of all signatories > PDF
Despite the G7’s Sta