This is a fantastic opportunity, so we’re really keen to reach as many primary schools as possible. Please get involved and nominate a school to run on sun.
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.
Barbara Keeley MP (Worsley & Eccles South) is hosting a parliamentary meeting – ‘Fracking and impacts on public health and environment – lessons from Australia’ on Wednesday 4th June.
Yes mate! We’re avin’ a party! A solidarity day with a difference. Join us at Barton Moss Community Protection Camp for a fun carnival of resistance. Fighting fracking Salford style.
How can we expect political parties to face up to the reality of climate change whilst accepting funding from those who profit from destroying the climate?
Friends of the Earth have teamed up with gold-standard green suppliers Ecotricity and Good Energy to make switching easy.