Do you want to shop ethically in Palestine? Are you searching for authentic traditional handicrafts? Do you want to buy organic food and sustainably produced goods? If so, take a look at the second edition of the Conscious Choices Guidebook that includes information about and contact details for over 130 Palestinian local producers, shops, and community initiatives
Die Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung und die Buchgestalterin Gesine Grotrian haben in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Jugendlichen ein Buch für Menschen ab 12 Jahren entwickelt, das schnörkellos, bunt und klar verständlich die Geschichte, die Herstellung und die Risiken unseres Plastikkonsums beschreibt.
Plastic is ubiquitous: we use it for life-saving medical devices, clothing, toys and cosmetics; we use it in agriculture and industry. But we also know the growing risk of plastic waste in the environment, landfills and the oceans.
Communities in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT), experience the magnified impacts of climate change due to Israel’s discriminatory policies and practices. While adapting to climate change, Palestinians simultaneously endure coercive environments created by Israel to drive Palestinian displacement and forcible transfer.
Facts and Figures on EU Farming Policy: No other economic activity is so closely interwoven with the human and natural environment as is agriculture. If farming changes, so too the ecological and social systems that it hosts must change. The Agriculture Atlas shows how closely Europe’s agriculture is intertwined with our lives and our living space and pushes for a better, fundamentally different set of agricultural policies.
2017 marks 50 years since Israel’s unlawful occupation of Palestinian territory. During this period, Israel has implemented a variety of policies and practices in order to maintain and seize further control over the territory, while creating uninhabitable living conditions for the Palestinian population.
Without the ocean there would be no life on our planet. But the future of this unique ecosystem faces a grave threat today. The Ocean Atlas 2017 delivers with its 18 contributions and 50 graphics the relevant facts and figures about the ocean.
Our Coal Atlas contains the latest facts and figures on the use of coal and its environmental and social consequences. With more than 60 detailed graphics, the atlas illustrates the coal industry’s impact on nature, health, labour, human rights and politics.