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Frack Free Trafford petition

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.

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Thousands of huge spaces crying out for solar

Reacting to new figures released by the Government yesterday, showing that just 49 large solar rooftop systems have been accredited under the UK’s feed-in tariff in the last six months, Friends of the Earth’s Renewable Energy Campaigner Alasdair Cameron said: … Continue reading

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Barton Moss Community Energy – Public meeting in Eccles

Salford has huge renewable energy potential and we can create a positive alternative future for Barton Moss.

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29 September
2014


	
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Barton Moss Community Energy – Public meeting in Irlam

Salford has huge renewable energy potential and we can create a positive alternative future for Barton Moss.

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3 September
2014


	
Manchester Picnic

Joining Bike Friday’s a Picnic this August

August Bike Friday is almost here and we thought we would make a slight detour to Piccadilly Gardens this month to celebrate the start of Manchester Picnic, which will be hosted in the Gardens from the 29th til the 31st. … Continue reading



	
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Afternoon Tea with FareShare Greater Manchester

As our contribution to the Spirit of Manchester Festival, FareShare and the Too Good to Waste Initiative are hosting an Afternoon Tea on Friday 26th Sept 2-3.30 for up to 12 members of the general public. We will show people … Continue reading

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26 September
2014


	
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An Evening of Entertainment – fundraiser for Manchester FoE, Action for Sustainable Living & Clean Up Salford

Join us for an evening of colourful entertainment as we raise money for three wonderful local causes!  

 
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20 September
2014


	
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Bumblebees most spotted in Great British Bee Count

Yellow and black bumblebees have been the most common species seen by people logging bee sightings for The Great British Bee Count this summer, using a smartphone app developed by Friends of the Earth, Buglife and B&Q, interim results released … Continue reading

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Cerrejón Coal

Demand justice for communities displaced by coal mines

Communities in Colombia are standing up to multinational mining companies displacing them from their land.

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