Do you live in Trafford, or know anyone that does? If you do, either you or your friends or relatives are now on the frontline of the battle against fracking.
Caroline Flint, Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, has said today (Monday 22 September) that the Labour Party would make it easier for schools to install solar panels, by removing restrictions on access to finance.
The UK and other developed nations will have to make far bigger cuts in their carbon emissions than currently planned to meet their fair share for tackling climate change, a new study reveals today (Sunday 21 September 2014).
Friends of the Earth will join hundreds of thousands of people from across the world who are expected to march for urgent action on climate change on Sunday (21 September 2014).
The Labour Party’s annual conference is coming to Manchester from Sunday 21st to Wednesday 24th September, and there will be plenty of opportunities to get involved.
21 - 24 September
As we welcome Labour Party delegates from across the country to Manchester for their annual conference, we set out our top four priorities for Ed Miliband if he wins next year’s general election.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been out and about in Trafford chatting to local residents about the dangers of fracking.
Primary schools across Greater Manchester are being urged to take part in a competition to win solar panels, crowd-funded by Friends of the Earth supporters. The competition invites pupils to submit creative entries, such as artwork or film, demonstrating why … Continue reading
Welcoming Fylde Borough Council’s decision late on Wednesday (17 September) to oppose plans by fracking firm Cuadrilla’s to drill and frack at two local sites in Lancashire, Friends of the Earth’s north west regional campaigner Helen Rimmer said: “It’s fantastic … Continue reading