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Friends of the Earth Europe is the largest grassroots environmental network in Europe, uniting more than 30 national organisations with thousands of local groups. We are the European arm of Friends of the Earth International which unites 74 national member o...more

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Environment America


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America Revealed: Welcome to the United States of Austerity

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Ben Schreiber, a tax analyst with Friends of the Earth, a national environmental advocacy group, says the Obama-GOP debt ceiling deal could also drive a stake through the heart of investments in wind, solar, and other clean energy technologies.
"The clean energy revolution becomes a casualty of these cuts," Schreiber says. He adds that the Environmental Protection Agency also sends money to the states for their own environmental protection efforts, which could suffer after such a drastic cutback in domestic spending. At the same time, he says, corporate subsidies for oil and gas companies, worth an estimated $30 billion over ten years, are untouched in the latest debt ceiling proposal. "Polluters are getting off scot-free," he says. "We're basically turning the environment over to the industry."


Our team

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Benjamin Schreiber, senior political strategist
Ben Schreiber Benjamin Schreiber is the senior political strategist at Friends of the Earth, having previously headed the climate and energy team and served as the climate and energy tax analyst at Friends of the Earth. Prior to joining Friends of the Earth, he was a staff attorney at Environment America where he focused on energy issues. Ben received a B.A. in sociology from the University of Chicago and a J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis.


Our team

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Benjamin Schreiber, senior political strategist
Ben Schreiber Benjamin Schreiber is the senior political strategist at Friends of the Earth, having previously headed the climate and energy team and served as the climate and energy tax analyst at Friends of the Earth. Prior to joining Friends of the Earth, he was a staff attorney at Environment America where he focused on energy issues. Ben received a B.A. in sociology from the University of Chicago and a J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis.


Biographies for speakers at CCL 2011 International Conference | Citizens Climate Lobby

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Ben Schreiber
Benjamin Schreiber is the climate and energy tax analyst at Friends of the Earth. His focus is on the tax code with a goal towards fighting tax incentives to global warming gas intensive technologies and promoting tax incentives for technologies that have greenhouse gas benefits. He also works on stopping subsidies for nuclear reactors, liquid coal and other dirty technologies. Ben came to Friends of the Earth from Environment America where he worked as an energy advocate, fighting subsidies to dirty technologies, increasing fuel economy standards and promoting renewable energy.


Our Staff | Friends of the Earth

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Benjamin Schreiber, Climate and Energy Tax Analyst
Benjamin Schreiber is the climate and energy tax analyst at Friends of the Earth. His focus is on the tax code with a goal towards fighting tax incentives to global warming gas intensive technologies and promoting tax incentives for technologies that have greenhouse gas benefits. He also works on stopping subsidies for nuclear reactors, liquid coal and other dirty technologies. Ben came to Friends of the Earth from Environment America where he worked as an energy advocate, fighting subsidies to dirty technologies, increasing fuel economy standards and promoting renewable energy. Ben received a B.A. in sociology from the University of Chicago and a J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis. He is barred in Maryland.


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