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Profil der Organisation

Friends of the Earth Europe

Registriernummer: 9825553393-31
Anmeldungsdatum: 12.09.08 19:13:29

Die letzte Änderung der Angaben zu dieser Organisation datiert vom 16.08.13 09:28:01
Das Datum der letzten jährlichen Aktualisierung war: 16.08.13 09:28:01


Eingeschriebene Organisation oder Einzelperson

Name oder Firmenname: Friends of the Earth Europe
Akronym: FoEE
Rechtlicher Status: a.s.b.l.
Internetadresse: http://www.foeeurope.org

Bereiche

Bereich: III – Nichtregierungsorganisationen
… oder genauer gesagt: Nichtregierungsorganisationen, Plattformen und Netzwerke o. ä.

Person mit rechtlicher Verantwortung

Vorname, Name: Frau  Magda Stoczkiewicz
Funktion: Director

Dauerhaft mit EU-Beziehungen beauftragte Person

Vorname, Name: Frau  Natacha Cingotti
Funktion: Transparency campaigner

Adresse:

Adresse des Sitzes der Organisation: Rue d'Edimbourg  26
1050 Brussels
BELGIEN
Telefonnummer: (+32) 893 1000
Faxnummer: (+32) 8931035
Adresszusätze:

Ziele und Aufgaben

Ziele und Aufgaben der Organisation: Friends of the Earth Europe campaigns for sustainable and just societies and for the protection of the environment.

We campaign on today's most urgent environmental and social issues. We challenge the current model of economic and corporate globalization, and promote solutions that will help to create environmentally sustainable and socially just societies.

We promote environmentally sustainable societies on the local, national, regional and global levels.

We seek to increase public participation and democratic decision-making. Greater democracy is both an end in itself and is vital to the protection of the environment and the sound management of natural resources.

We work towards environmental, social, economic and political justice and equal access to resources and opportunities on the local, national, regional and international levels.

Friends of the Earth Europe is committed to transparency about EU interest representation. Friends of the Earth Europe believes that this register fails basic transparency standards and that it does not provide full EU lobbying transparency. When registering, we have therefore chosen to give all relevant information that we consider necessary for lobbying transparency. A credible EU lobbying transparency register should include names of individual lobbyists and the issues that they try to influence, provide precise and comparable financial information on lobbying, and have effective sanctions to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information disclosed. In an effort to arrive at a more objective way of calculating lobbying expenditures, we follow guidelines that result from consultations with public interest organisations, professionals working on lobby transparency as well as experts of US lobby disclosure legislation. Our registration is therefore providing a more comprehensive calculation of our expenses for activities that aim to influence the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions, and a list of those who, on behalf of Friends of the Earth Europe, carry out such activities.

Guidelines for transparent registration have been developed by the Civil Society Contact Group and ALTER-EU; these can be found here http://www.alter-eu.org/sites/default/files/documents/2012_ALTER-EU_CSCG_guidelines_Transparency_Register.pdf
Die Interessen der Organisation sind auf folgender Ebene/auf folgenden Ebenen anzusiedeln:
  • europäisch

Anzahl der Personen, die an Tätigkeiten im Rahmen des Transparenzregisters beteiligt sind

Anzahl der Personen: 23
Zusätzliche Informationen: On behalf of Friends of the Earth Europe the persons listed below have had, during the reporting period, four or more contacts with members or officials of the EU institutions with the objective of influencing the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions; or they have spent 20 percent or more of their working time on behalf of Friends of the Earth Europe carrying out such activities:

Adrian Bebb (Food, agriculture, biodiversity)
Stanka Becheva (Food and agriculture)
Robbie Blake (Food and agriculture)
Natacha Cingotti (Transparency and ethics regulation)
Paul de Clerck (Corporate accountability, transparency, extractive industries)
Esther Bollendorff (Climate justice and energy)
Sonja Meister (Climate justice and energy)
Daniel Pentzlin (Accountable finance)
Michael Pidgeon (Climate justice and energy)
Brook Riley (Energy efficiency)
Ariadna Rodrigo (Resource use)
Susann Scherbarth (Climate justice and energy)
Mute Schimpf (Food, agriculture, GMOs)
Antoine Simon (Extractive industries)
Rachel Tansey (Accountable finance)
Joe Thwaites (Energy efficiency)
Muriel Treibich (Economic justice)
Darek Urbaniak (Extractive industries)

-Further employees and interns of Friends of the Earth Europe (2012) who spent less than 20% of their time on lobbying activities or their preparation:

Fabian Flues (Economic justice)
David Heller (Network development)
Magda Stoczkiewicz (Director)
Anne Van Schaik (Accountable finance)

-Further lobbyists who were involved in lobbying activities or their preparation in the name of FoEE (2012) but were not paid by FoEE:

Michael Warhurst (Waste & Sustainable Consumption) – FoE England, Wales, Northern Ireland
Richard Dyer (Resource Use) – FoE England, Wales, Northern Ireland

Friends of the Earth Europe is currently hosting the secretariat and the staff of the European Coalition for Corporate Justice (ECCJ). ECCJ has a separate entry in the Transparency Register, which accounts for its own lobbying-related costs, and can be seen here (http://ec.europa.eu/transparencyregister/public/consultation/displaylobbyist.do?id=48872621093-60 )

Personen, die für den Zugang zu den Räumlichkeiten des Europäischen Parlaments akkreditiert sind

Vorname Name Startdatum Enddatum
Erdmute Schimpf 03.07.14 27.06.15
Magdalena Jadwiga STOCZKIEWICZ 09.05.14 07.05.15
Colin ROCHE 25.01.14 23.01.15
Natacha CINGOTTI 15.05.14 13.05.15
Antoine Simon 12.10.13 10.10.14
Ariadna Janariz Rodrigo 16.05.14 14.05.15

Tätigkeiten

Wichtigste EU-Initiativen, die im Vorjahr durch Tätigkeiten im Rahmen des Transparenzregisters abgedeckt wurden :


Subject of main interest representation activities since the last update:
- Agriculture: Agrofuels, Common agricultural policy (CAP), GMOs and biodiversity
- Climate justice and energy efficiency
- Resource use: resource consumption, resource efficiency
- Economic justice: corporate accountability, extractive industries, financial regulation, lobbying transparency and ethics regulation

Examples of legislative pieces we have been lobbying on in 2012 include:

Climate justice and energy
• Energy efficiency Directive (procedure 2011/0172(COD))
• Roadmap for moving to a competitive low carbon economy in 2050 (procedure 2011/2095(INI))
• Fuel Quality Directive ( Directive 2009/30/EC)
• European Commission Environmental assessment framework to enable a safe and secure unconventional hydrocarbon (e.g. shale gas) extraction
• Environmental Impact Assessment Directive (2011/92/UE ).
• INI report on "Environmental impacts of shale gas and shale gas oil extraction activities" (2011/2308(INI))
• INI report on "Industrial, energy and other aspects of shale gas and oil" (2011/2309(INI))

Food and agriculture
• Commission consultations for amending the directive RED 2009/28/EC (on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and subsequently repealing Directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30/EC)
• Planned directive amending Council Directives 66/400/EEC, 66/401/EEC, 66/402/EEC, 66/403/EEC, 69/208/EEC, 70/458/EEC and Decision 95/232/EEC as regards additional conditions and requirements concerning the presence of genetically modified seed in seed lots of non-genetically modified varieties and the details of the information required for labelling in the case of seeds of genetically modified varieties
• Implementing regulation 611/2011 as regards additional conditions concerning the presence of non-authorised genetically modified food
• Commission proposal for a regulation amending Directive 2001/18/EC as regards the possibility for the Member States to restrict or prohibit the cultivation of GMOs in their territory

Resource use
• Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe (COM(2011) 571) / procedure 2011/2068(INI))

Transparency
• Agreement between the European Parliament and the European Commission on the establishment of a transparency register for organisations and self-employed individuals engaged in EU policy-making and policy implementation (2010/2291(ACI))
• Code of Conduct for European Commissioners (C(2011) 2904)
• Code of Conduct for Members of the European Parliament with respect to financial interests and conflicts of interest (2011/2174(REG))

Corporate Accountability
• CSR Communication: http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sustainable-business/corporate-social-responsibility/index_en.htm
• Brussels 1: Council Regulation (EC) No 44/2001 of 22 December 2000 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgements in civil and commercial matters (OJ L 012, 16.01. 2001, p. 1 - 23).
• Rome 2: Regulation (EC) No 864/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 July 2007 on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations (OJ L 199/40, 31.7.2007, p.40-49)
• Accounting and Transparency Directives (Directive 2006/43/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing Council Directives 78/660/EEC and 83/349/EEC)
• EU initiative on responsible sourcing of minerals originating from conflict-affected and high-risk areas.

Financial regulation
• Regulatory capital (Implementing the Basel Capital Accord, CRD IV), The Capital Requirements Directive IP/06/797, 14 June 2006.The Capital Requirements Directive, comprises Directive 2006/48/EC and Directive 2006/49/EC
• Recast of the Directive (MIFID) on markets in financial instruments repealing Directive 2004/39/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (2011/0298(COD))

Interessengebiete für E-Mail-Benachrichtigungen zu Konsultationen und Fahrplänen („Roadmaps“)

Von der Organisation angegebene Interessenschwerpunkte:
  • Allgemeine und institutionelle Angelegenheiten
  • Außenbeziehungen
  • Beschäftigung und Soziales
  • Binnenmarkt
  • Energie
  • Entwicklung
  • Forschung und Technologie
  • Handel
  • Haushalt
  • Informationsgesellschaft
  • Jugend
  • Klimaschutz
  • Landwirtschaft und ländliche Entwicklung
  • Lebensmittelsicherheit
  • Umwelt
  • Unternehmen
  • Verbraucher
  • Verkehr
  • Wettbewerb
  • Wirtschaft und Finanzen

Organisationsstruktur

Gesamtzahl der Mitglieder, die „natürliche Personen“ sind: 0
Anzahl der Mitgliedsorganisationen:
Mitgliedsorganisationen (Anzahl der Mitglieder) :
Die Organisation hat Mitglieder oder Vertretungen in folgenden Ländern:
  • BELGIEN
  • BULGARIEN
  • DÄNEMARK
  • DEUTSCHLAND
  • ESTLAND
  • FINNLAND
  • FRANKREICH
  • IRLAND
  • ITALIEN
  • KROATIEN
  • LETTLAND
  • LITAUEN
  • LUXEMBURG
  • MALTA
  • NIEDERLANDE
  • ÖSTERREICH
  • POLEN
  • SCHWEDEN
  • SLOWAKEI
  • SPANIEN
  • TSCHECHISCHE REPUBLIK
  • UNGARN
  • VEREINIGTES KÖNIGREICH
  • ZYPERN

  • EHEMALIGE JUGOSLAWISCHE REPUBLIK MAZEDONIEN
  • GEORGIEN
  • NORWEGEN
  • SCHWEIZ
  • UKRAINE
Zusätzliche Informationen:

Netzwerke

Angaben zur Mitgliedschaft der Organisation in Verbänden, Dachverbänden oder Netzwerken, wenn auch nur gelegentlich, Beschreibung der Verbindungen.




Friends of the Earth Europe unites 31 national organisations with thousands of local groups and is part of the world's largest grassroots environmental network, Friends of the Earth International.
In Europe, two countries have more than one member group:
- Belgium: FoE in Wallonia and FoE Flanders and Brussels
- United Kingdom: FoE England Wales and Northern Ireland and FoE Scotland

Furthermore, Friends of the Earth Europe is a member of a large number of formal networks, alliances and coalitions, such as the Green 10, the Alliance for Lobby Transparency and Ethic Regulation (ALTER-EU), Finance Watch, Coalition for Sustainable EU Funds, European Coalition for Corporate Justice (ECCJ), OECDWatch, European Environmental Citizens Organization for Standardisation (ECOS), Seattle to Brussels Network (S2B), Our World is not for Sale (OWINFS).

Angaben zu den Finanzen

Geschäftsjahr: 01/2012 - 12/2012
Gesamtbudget: 2.531.769
davon öffentliche Finanzierung: 1.345.069
- aus EU-Mitteln:
- Öffentliches Auftragswesen:
- Zuschüsse:
- aus nationalen Mitteln:
- aus subnationalen Mitteln:
EU DG Environment : 733.162
EU DG Development : 400.451
EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) : 39.453
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands : 172.003
davon aus anderen Quellen: 1.186.700
- Zuwendungen:
- Mitgliedsbeiträge: 133.033
European Climate Foundation : 419.271
ECCJ Foundation : 133.166
James M. Goldsmith Foundation : 72.623
David and Lucille Packard Foundation : 35.000
Oxfam Novib : 4.990
Tides Foundation : 4.339
Isvara : 95.000
Heinrich Böll Foundation : 6.700
New Venture Fund : 43.486
Grassroots Foundation : 11.083
ATTAC : 10.000
Membership fees : 191.012
Other income : 13.989
Other private funders : 13.008
Geschätzte Kosten der direkten Lobbyarbeit der Organisation bei den EU-Organen für dieses Geschäftsjahr: >= 600000  € und < 700000  €
Weitere Angaben der Organisation zu den Finanzen im Sinne der Transparenz:

Friends of the Earth Europe has calculated that it spent an estimated € 660,155 (27% of our total budget) in 2012 on activities carried out with the objective of influencing the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions.

Verhaltenskodex

Mit der Registrierung hat die Organisation den Verhaltenskodex des Transparenzregisters unterzeichnet.