Victory for Friends of the Earth as Dutch court orders Shell to pay Nigerian farmers over oil spills
The government has published 25 technical notices today laying out preparation for the so-called Brexit ‘no-deal’ scenario, still considered the most damaging outcome.
To mark National Democracy Week (2-8 July), 11 not-for-profits have urged the government to protect our democracy from policies like the Lobbying Act.
UN committee tells UK government to urgently reverse changes so that going to court is not prohibitively expensive
Northern Ireland government acted unlawfully by not stopping dredging at Lough Neagh, says Court of Appeal
The government’s Brexit white paper commitment to bring current EU environmental protections into UK law is welcomed by Friends of the Earth but, as the charity points out, the devil will be in the detail.
The Chancellor must prioritise peoples’ health, homes and quality of life in next week’s Autumn Statement, Friends of the Earth said today.
UK pension funds and asset management companies could potentially have £37 billion invested in ‘land grabs’ worldwide, according to a new report published today (Thursday 12 June 2014) by Friends of the Earth.