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Manchester Friends of the Earth  has criticised planning decisions made by Stockport Council, accusing council bosses of making inconsistent decisions based on the bank balance of the applicant rather than the best interests of the local community.
Photo Opportunity :Representatives from local groups will be submitting their responses to the consultation in person at 11:00am on Friday 29th September at Olympic House, Manchester Airport, M90 1QX (map).
Five up and coming Manchester bands will be performing at a live gig night in support of Friends of the Earth’s climate campaign, the Big Ask. Local acts Moco, Geekgirl, The VCs, Your Bitter Ex-Lovers and Sir Yes Sir will …
On Friday 9th June, a public meeting will be held at Manchester Town Hall to enable members of the public to learn more about how businesses can be made accountable for their social and environmental impacts.
Friends of the Earth is calling on the Chancellor to make action on climate change a central part of next week’s Budget. Despite promising to put the environment at the heart of Government, green taxation has fallen under Gordon Brown, …
Commuters into Manchester city centre will be urged to ditch four wheels in favour of two later this month when Manchester Friends of the Earth  launches its biggest ever campaign, in conjunction with Manchester City Council.
On Saturday 4th March, Labour MP for Manchester Central Tony Lloyd joined environmental campaigners from Manchester Friends of the Earth  to urge members of the public to call on the Government not to build more incinerators.