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.
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
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!
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
The push for more intensive agriculture to feed a growing global population risks ecological “boom and bust” according to four of the country’s leading ecologists, writing for Friends of the Earth’s Big Ideas Change the World project .
Let our new infographic walk you through the numbers. Friends of the Earth calculates that schools could each save up to £8,000 per year through solar panels. This means more money to spend on facilities like playgrounds and nature gardens.
Responding to shadow Environment Secretary Maria Eagle’s speech today (Monday 11 August 2014), Friends of the Earth Climate Campaigner Guy Shrubsole said:
Creating spaces where bees can thrive. Friends of the Earth’s Bee Worlds project has been a brilliant success. We now have over 200, smashing our initial targets of 60 for 2013 and 80 for 2014. Let’s continue to cover the … Continue reading