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Angry Mermaid in Washington DC

Angry Mermaid in Washington DCClimate activists in Washington DC visited Monsanto's office to present the Angry Mermaid Award Angry Mermaid Award presented to Monsanto in Washington DC
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Climate activists from the DC Action Factory in Washington were so inspired by the Angry Mermaid Award, they wanted to get involved. So following the announcement of the results at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen, they made their own Angry Mermaid Award and paid a visit to Monsanto's offices in Washington DC. Watch the action - and Monsanto's friendly reception.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vBiRp81pgo

 

Concerted lobbying from Europe’s dirtiest industries has resulted in the gutting of EU climate and energy proposals, it has emerged today.

They meet at birthday parties, over breakfast meetings, during cocktail receptions; so just how close are Europe’s dirtiest industries to senior politicians and regulators? And what influence is this lobbying having on the EU’s official climate change policy?

Dir Kurzstudie erläutert, wie US-Energiekonzerne oder Unternehmen mit einer Filiale in den USA die geplanten Investorenrechte im TTIP nutzen könnten, um EU-Mitgliedstaaten vor privaten Schiedsgerichten auf Schadensersatz zu verklagen, wenn Regierungen

Communiqué de presse:

FRIENDS OF THE EARTH EUROPE, CORPORATE EUROPE OBSERVATORY, SIERRA CLUB, TRANSNATIONAL INSTITUTE, POWERSHIFT, BLUE PLANET PROJECT

This film presents some of the dangers of the investor rights within the proposed EU-US trade deal. We need to stop this corporate attack on our democracy and policies to protect the public interest.

Press release issued by: 
The Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation (ALTER-EU)

Strongly-worded resolution first shot in battle with Commission over weak voluntary register.

The report approv

CEO, as part of the Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation (ALTER-EU), has launched a campaign asking election candidates to take a pledge: “to stand up for citizens and democracy against the

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