THEMES

Climate

Climate change and the energy crisis are being exacerbated by the massive consumption of fossil fuels, nuclear power plants, and other forms of energy by a few wealthy countries and people, and by the promotion of unsustainable economic development.
Due to climate change, extreme weather and natural disasters occur more frequently and affect people and communities, especially in developing countries who are least responsible to climate change The losses and damages are expected to be even greater.
We demand climate justice, that people in developed countries must take more responsibility for the climate change caused by their massive consumption of fossil fuels, and that by focusing on the livelihoods of all people and the dignity of ecosystems We also need to reject “false solutions” to the climate crisis that will only strengthen the current unjust system.

2023.11.292023.11.29Petitions and Statements

COP28 must result in just and equitable climate action, not false solutions, warns Friends of the Earth International

2023.08.112023.08.11Updates

A day for one of the Earth’s little superheros in the Antarctic!

2023.05.102023.05.10Petitions and Statements

Statement on the G7 Ministers’ Meeting on Climate, Energy and Environment – The Japanese government turns a blind eye to the climate crisis and the nuclear disaster

2023.04.012023.04.01Updates

G7 progress on marine and ocean protection and Japan’s role as G7 Presidency in 2023

2023.03.312023.03.31Petitions and Statements

Petition letter regarding the Ministers’ Meeting on Climate, Energy and Environment in Sapporo

2022.10.172022.10.17Petitions and Statements

[Press Release]Further engagement by institutional investors requestedMitsui & Co.’s new gas development and introduction of ammonia co-firing at coal fired power plants do not align with 1.5 degrees target

2010.01.012010.01.01Updates

Save Antarctic!

2010.01.012010.01.01Updates

Climate Change Impact and Climate Justice