The new housing planning policy in England will ignore ordinary people and could mean more blots on the landscape. But we can make the government think again.
On Thursday 4th May, the people of Greater Manchester will have a historic opportunity to vote for our region’s first elected Mayor.
Friends of the Earth’s citizen science project to measure air pollution hopes to become biggest of its kind, as survey reveals only 1 in 10 think their air quality is bad.
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Every year in the EU we waste an estimated 88 million tonnes of food. But there’s hope – after massive pressure from people across Europe, the European Parliament voted in favour of targets to halve EU food waste from farm … Continue reading
The Bentley Effect – a film produced by Brendan Shoebridge, Ian Gaillard and Simon Clough, details how the idyllic Northern Rivers of New South Wales, Australia, came under threat from invasive industrial gasfields. It explores the multifaceted issue of hydraulic … Continue reading
A message of hope, with Simon Clough, Ian Gaillard & Brendan Shoebridge of the Bentley Blockade The Bentley Effect details how the idyllic Northern Rivers of NSW came under threat from invasive industrial gasfields and how the community responded with … Continue reading
The Sustainable and Ethical Enterprise Group (SEEG) is delighted to welcome Dr Tamara Stenn to speak Manchester Metropolitan University. Hosted by Professor Sally Randles, co-convener of SEEG.
How can our economy thrive when we also need to reduce our fossil fuel use? How do we reduce inequality against a backdrop of austerity? Calderdale needs a strong, balanced economy. How can we work together to empower people and … Continue reading
Friends of the Earth welcomes today’s High Court decision to order the government to publish its draft Air Quality Plans after the local elections, putting people’s health before political process. The government was mandated to produce a draft Air Quality Plan … Continue reading
In April 2017, join Love Your Bike at our monthly Bike Friday cycle to work event in highlighting the importance of cycling to GM Mayoral election votes and candidates. See you on Friday 28th April! More details on Bike Friday … Continue reading
Responding to news today that the National Farming Union’s (NFU) application for an emergency authorisation for neonicotinoid seed treatments has been declined by DEFRA Minister George Eustice, Friends of the Earth’s nature campaigner, Sandra Bell, said: “Once again the NFU’s … Continue reading