Finding Out More about the Friends of the Earth

Who are the Friends of the Earth? The Friends of the Earth organization is an
influential organization that was founded in San Francisco in 1969 by David
Brower. The Friends of the Earth organization is the U.S. chapter of one of the
most influential organizations in the world. Friends of the Earth have been
together for many years and it has been at the edge of many of the most
important efforts to help create a healthy planet. The Friends of the Earth are
associated with the Friends of the Earth International, which is now one of the
world’s largest federations of the worlds democratically elected
environmental
organizations.

Friends of the Earth have been existed for many decades, but in March of 2005 it
achieved a kind resurgence when it was finally merged with the Bluewater
Network. What is the Bluewater Network? The Bluewater Network is known as a
creative organization that has been responsible for some of the most creative
campaigns in recent years. The Bluewater Network has been at the forefront of
some of the most important and exciting global warming campaigns. The
Bluewater group and the Friends of the Earth have also been active in a number
of other issues, including water pollution, air pollution, and damage to public
lands by so-called thrill vehicles such as jet skis and snowmobiles. The
Bluewater Network has arrived like a shot in the arm to the Friends of the Earth
organization, enabling the Friends of the Earth to widen its scope considerably

and to work in many more areas.

The Friends of the Earth has achieved widespread success on both a national and
international level. The Friends of the Earth have also been very successful on
a local level. The Friends of the Earth organization has also allowed
individuals to be very successful in their communities by offering them the
organizational support to become successful.

What some of the most important achievements do the Friends of the Earth
organization achieve? One of the Friends of the Earth organizations most
successful achievements was their work toward confirming the nature of
genetically engineered corn. The Friends of the Earth organization conducted
various research and lab tests that proved that genetically engineered corn that
has not been confirmed for human consumption indeed was sold widely at many
supermarkets across the world. Friends of the Earth have also helped confirm the
malfeasance done by some corporate giants, such as the notorious Enron. For
instance, Friends of the Earth exposed that the once corporate giant had
received in over 2.5 billion dollars in taxpayer loans, which were also funneled
through various overseas financial corporations.

The Friends of the Earth organization has also been a big success on a local
level. For instance, the Friends of the Earth organization has been active in
Indiana, where they have worked with various local groups in order to protest
the construction of the I-69 project. The I-69 project in Indiana consists of a
1.8 billion highways that would literally destroy thousands of forests, farms
and homes that cut through a traditional Amish community. This is one of the
Friends of the Earth latest projects.

The Friends of the Earth organization has proved to be one of the most effective
environmental organizations, with numerous achievements under their belt.
In the past decades, the Friends of the Earth have helped ban international
whaling, halt various water projects and bad dam projects, help reform the way
the World Bank works, lobby for greater regulations in oil tankers and strip
mining around the world, eliminate corporate tax breaks, and bust corporate
polluters, among many other achievements.

BOLA TANGKAS