Articles from other organizations on the issues AEFJN works at.

1610 The True Cost of Consumption: the EU's Land Footprint

tl_files/aefjn-images/im_epas/im_csr/1610 the-true-cost-consumption.jpgFriends of the Earth has recently published a report on Global Land Footprint and especially in the European Union (EU). 40% of the land used by the EU to satisfy its own consumption is outside Europe. This report shows why the EU has a responsibility to make an effort to reduce its Global Land Footprint and suggests how this could be supported by policy tools and other initiatives.   


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