Newsletter - July 2017
Activities & Announcements

Projects Assistant (P/t) Ref:1702

Friends of the Earth Malta is looking for a part-time temporary support staff to work on some of our exciting projects on a contract basis. Duties will include project management, organising events and reporting. Flexible working conditions...



Have you seen a jellyfish lately ?

Have you seen jellyfish this summer ? 

Friends of the Earth Malta is once again supporting the Spot the Jellyfish initiative which aims to increase awareness, especially amongst the younger generations, about the local diversity of jellyfish species, through a hands-on exercise involving the reporting of sightings of jellyfish that often swarm close to our shores and beaches. In so doing the initiative would be supplying useful data for local marine scientists and tourist authorities, through a citizen science approach…

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Over 250 NGOs launch alternative vision for Europe

Over 250 NGOs launch alternative vision for Europe 

More than 250 non-government organisations from across Europe including Friends of the Earth Malta, have released an alternative vision for a more democratic, just and sustainable Europe.

Intended to influence the debate on the future direction of Europe, this alternative vision is endorsed by…


Palm Oil: Environmental destruction, stolen land

  Palm Oil: Environmental destruction, stolen land

How we’re destroying the environment and human rights, one snack at a time.

A delegation from the Supplychainge project consortium went to Indonesia during the summer of 2016 in order to investigate the palm oil supply chain. The result  is a report that offers a summary of background information about palm oil and its problematic. The...


Nature Keeper of the Month - Iris & Šimo Beneš (Croatia)

Keepers is an FoE Europe photographic exploration of a diverse network of people protecting nature across Europe. It highlights the tireless efforts made by activists and volunteers to undo the damage done to Europe’s precious ecosystems by irresponsible human activity. Click here to find out more about Iris & Šimo Beneš and their work in the pastures of the Sava River floodplains.


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