Listed below are environment-related actions, events and news for the Stockport area.
On Saturday 9th September come and explore The Kindling Trust’s growing hub at Woodbank Park Nursery in Stockport and, if you book in time, get a taste of bee-keeping too! Look round our community garden, hear about our commercial growers … Continue reading
Join us to find out how you can get involved in our campaign to persuade the Greater Manchester Pension Fund to divest the £1.3 billion it holds in fossil fuel investments.
Manchester Day Parade 2017 is on Sunday 18th June and this year will be a celebration of all things magic and over 2000 performers will take you on a magical adventure of wonder, invention and illusion. Manchester Day 2017 promises … Continue reading
Our two Archimedes screws, Thunder and Lightning, have been operational since October 2012, generating renewable electricity which is fed into the National Grid. The scheme, generating electricity on the River Goyt at Otterspool, was Greater Manchester’s first community-owned renewable energy … Continue reading
News release: Australian campaigners visit Manchester to share secret to beating the fracking industry
Manchester Friends of the Earth, Frack Free Greater Manchester and Central Lancashire Friends of the Earth are inviting people to a special screening of ‘The Bentley Effect’ Movie – A Message of Hope, 3pm, Saturday 27th May at the Central … 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
On Thursday 8th June, people across Greater Manchester have the opportunity to vote for their Members of Parliament. Manchester Friends of the Earth have been asking the candidates’ views on key environmental issues. We will publish the results as they … Continue reading