On Thursday 5th May, people across Greater Manchester have the opportunity to vote for the people who will be their local councillors. We’ve been surveying candidates views on the issues we campaign on. See the results as they come in. If … Continue reading
In the run-up to Meat Free May, we’re drawing up a list of the best cafes & restaurants in Greater Manchester that serve meat-free options.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) have consulted on the Greater Manchester Low-Emission Strategy and Air Quality Action Plan (pdf). Manchester Friends of the Earth submitted our response to the consultation (pdf) on 29th April 2016.
Manchester Friends of the Earth are asking all local council candidates standing for election across Greater Manchester on Thursday 5th May to let people know their views on a range of key environmental issues.
Manchester Friends of the Earth is encouraging people who live or work in Greater Manchester to demand reductions in air pollution across the region by taking part in the Air Quality Action Plan consultation.  Air pollution in the UK harms … Continue reading
Last year, Jonny accidentally told his four-year-old niece that climate change would end the world. To stop her crying, he and Paddy promised to fix it. They really tried very hard…
The project that brought the wildflowers to Princess Parkway and Hulme Subway is coming to Quinney Crescent in Moss Side!
Low fat vegan recipe, fake meat free. Ingredients 3 cups mushrooms 1/2 red onion 1tbsp mild chilli powder, or 1 heaped tsp hot chilli powder 2tsp paprika 1tsp cumin 1tbsp vegetable stock powder 2tsp garlic powder or 2 minced garlic … Continue reading
Transport for Greater Manchester are consulting on their plans for our transport system to reduce its climate change emissions and air pollution. If you’re concerned about climate change and air quality, this is an important consultation to respond to. We’ve … Continue reading
On Thursday 5th May, people across Greater Manchester have the opportunity to vote for the people who will be their local councillors. We’ve been surveying candidates’ views on the issues we campaign on. See the results as they come in.
The short answer: We now recycle nearly half of our household waste because of EU legislation. Back in the early 1990s we hardly recycled any of our rubbish. Almost all of it just went to landfill.
Being part of the EU is good for the UK environment, a report from the Environment Audit Committee reveals today (19 April). Friends of the Earth provided expert evidence to the Committee’s investigation stating that in “the field of environmental … Continue reading