NOAH Friends of the Earth Denmark

NOAH is a grassroots organisation founded in 1969 working for equal access to the Earth's resources for current and future generations staying within planetary boundaries. Or in other words environmental justice. NOAH is organised in environmental policy programs concerning Transportation, Food Sovereignty, Environmental education, Forests and Biodiversity, Climate Justice and Energy, Economic Justice, Chemicals and International Solidarity.
 
NOAH participates in Friends of the Earth Europe network wide campaigns – including the European campaign to halt GMO's, TTIP and CETA and for community power and reform of the CAP.
 
NOAH publish a quarterly magazine and numerous reports, books and educational material every year.
 
NOAH is one of the 23 member groups that are involved in the School of Sustainability project.

 

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Friends of the Earth Europe gratefully acknowledges financial assistance from the European Union for the project "School of Sustainability". The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of Friends of the Earth Europe and cannot be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union. The European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information this document contains.

 

 

 

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