FoEE

AcronymDefinition
FoEEFriends of the Earth Europe
FoEEFriends of the Earth Edinburgh (UK)
FoEEFriends of Early Education, Inc. (Tulsa, OK)
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FoEE 2006b: Friends of the Earth Biotechnology Programme: The contamination of Rice, in: Biotech Mailout, December 2006, 1-4.
"However, quantity is not the same as quality," writes FoEE.
This was then flagged by FoEE to the Commission, in late August, which then prompted the investigation by the Ethics Committee.
(1) Birdlife International, CEE Bankwatch Network, Climate Action Network Europe (CAN-E), European Environmental Bureau (EEB), European Federation of Transport and Environment (T&E), Health and Environment Alliance, Friends of the Earth Europe (FoEE), Greenpeace Europe, International Friends of Nature (IFN) and WWF European Policy Office (WWF-EPO)
is a paper prepared by Friends of the Earth Europe (FoEE).
The environmental organisation Friends of the Earth Europe (FOeE) has issued an urgent call on MEPs to reject the amendments proposed in second reading which, according to the organisation, will have no other effect than to reduce the degree of protection of groundwater.
The environmental organisation Friends of the Earth Europe (FOeE) has issued an urgent call on MEPs to reject the amendments proposed in second reading (see Europolitics 3074) which, according to the organisation, will have no other effect than to reduce the degree of protection of groundwater.
FoEE believes a rollover for Euratom could undermine the process for ratifying the Constitutional Treaty.
According to Friends of the Earth Europe (FoEE), this is because it "failed to include any substantive measures".
The NGO Friends of the Earth Europe (FoEE) is dismayed by the lack of transparency surrounding this Euratom loan, because the European Commission has allowed no access to impact assessment reports for the project due to be subsidised and has failed to specify the loan allocation criteria.
FoEE's political co-ordinator, Martin Rocholl, accused the EU of irresponsibility in respect of "the most dangerous nuclear power plants in the world, like Kozloduy in Bulgaria or Bohunice in Slovakia".