Create a haven to help bees and other insects thrive. Now is the perfect time to apply – you’ll get your free seeds in time for autumn sowing.
Friends of the Earth has taken the first formal legal steps over the Government’s decision to permit the use of bee-harming pesticides in England despite a Europe-wide ban.
Last summer, Eve Carnall decided to don a bee costume and go on a four-month walking tour around England, visiting over a hundred inspiring people and projects from permaculture farms to divestment campaigns, conservation groups to direct action.
On the afternoon of Saturday 8th August (from 2pm) fracking activists will be getting together to: – Discuss next steps on keeping the UK frack free – particularly as many more applications are expected to pop up in the near … Continue reading
Over the course of Saturday and Sunday (11am start on Saturday) we’ll be running our unique and successful Climate Organisers training programme. Climate Organisers aims to equip you with the skills to organise your community for action on climate change … Continue reading
8 - 9 August
Join us to find out the latest on our divestment, fracking and Run on Sun campaigns. All welcome. When: 7pm – 8.30pm, Wednesday 29th July Where: Green Fish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LE More info: Please email email@example.com if … Continue reading
Speaking ahead of Amber Rudd’s climate speech later today (Friday 24 July 2015), Friends of the Earth Chief Executive Craig Bennett said: “The Government’s credibility on tackling climate change is hanging in tatters.
Welcome to our post about the third letter of the Eat SMART pledge : A for Avoid processed and junk food Why Eat SMART? There are serious problems with the current way we produce and consume food. But by Eating SMART, … Continue reading
Responding to today’s announcement from fracking firm Cuadrilla that it intends to appeal both of its refused planning applications for fracking in Lancashire, Friends of the Earth’s North West campaigner Furqan Naeem said: “Cuadrilla’s decision to appeal Lancashire’s Council’s resounding … Continue reading