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From Nigeria where people live side by side with oil-pipelines, to Russia where outdated nuclear power plants threaten people and nature.

From international climate negotiations, where we push for a fair and ambitious climate policy, to mountain villages in Tajikistan that lack access to proper energy solutions.

Againt greenhouse gas emissions and for nature. Friends of the Earth Norway collaborates with environmental movements in more than 15 countries.

 

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Khimki-demonstrasjon

Support Russian forest activists

The “Save Khimki Forest Movement” illustrates the dangers NGOs face in Russia. Naturvernforbundet/ Friends of the Earth Norway pledges support for the activists, and encourages Norwegians to sign their petition.

Participants bilde
Ønsker et mer miljøvennlig Arktis:

Samles for å sette agenda

05.04.2011

De enorme naturrikdommene i Arktis trues fra flere kanter. – En bærekraftig forvaltning av Arktis er viktigere enn noen gang, sier Aase Refsnes. I tre dager har miljø- og urfolksorganisasjoner med base i Arktis vært samlet på Sommarøy i Troms for å utmeisle strategier for felles prosjekter og posisjoner.

Forsida

Sammen løser vi miljø - problemene

Naturvernforbundets internasjonale arbeid foregår i over 20 land og representerer Norge i verdens største nettverk av miljøorganisasjoner, Friends of the Earth. Les brosjyren om arbeidet vårt rundt om i verden.

Litlmolla og Stormolla Lofoten

Historic!

16.03.2011

Friday Naturvernforbundet / Friends of the Earth Norway celebrated the government's no to the opening of oil drilling in Lofoten Islands, and says the government has given the community a historic victory.

Nnimmo

Nnimmo Bassey visited Trondheim

22.02.2011

Nnimmo Bassey, chair of Friends of the Earth international, visited last weekend the Norwegian city of Trondheim, where he talked about the parallels between oil extraction outside Lofoten in Norway and in his own country Nigeria.

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Puma in trouble on its way back from Murmansk

20.12.2010

After offloading spent nuclear fuel in Murmansk Thursday night, the ship Puma experienced problems on its way south along the Norwegian coast. Puma took in water and needed help from the Coast Guard.

Puma murmansk

Puma in Murmansk with dangerous cargo

16.12.2010

Puma has now reached Murmansk with spent nuclear fuel from Serbia, after sailing along the Norwegian coast. The picture shows Puma in Murmansk, taken by Naturvernforbundet today.

Buddelmerkel
Important victory

Germany cancels nuclear transport to Mayak

07.12.2010

Naturvernforbundet and Russian partners are applauding the German decision to cancel the planned transport of spent nuclear fuel to Mayak in Russia. The bad environmental situation at the Mayak facility is the reason for the decision.

Puma hekk
Transport to Mayak in Russia

Nuclear waste along the Norwegian coast

06.12.2010

A ship carrying spent nuclear fuel will reach Norwegian waters within the next 24 hours on its way to Murmansk. Naturvernforbundet asks that emergency preparedness is increased, and that Norwegian authorities confront the transport of dangerous radioactive materials.

Kolanpp

Malfunction at Kola NPP shows the need of closure

29.09.2010

- The incident at Kola nuclear power plant yesterday shows the need of closing the reactors, and start making plans for decommissioning, says Yuri Ivanov in Naturvernforbundet’s partner organisation “Kola Environmental Centre”.

Gennadi-with-prize

“Wasteland” wins documentary prize

21.09.2010

A documentary about radioactive problems in Mayak area, created by Gennadi Shabarin for the decommission project, has won the prize of the festival at Baykal International Film Festival 2010.

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