A personalised children’s book from Friends of the Earth makes the perfect Christmas gift. And it raises funds for our critical bee situation.
This Wednesday the laws that protect our most amazing wild places and wildlife could be wrecked. But the UK Commissioner, Sir Julian King, could still help save the laws. We all need to tell him to defend nature this week.
Three years after 3 neonicotinoid pesticides were banned on certain crops in the EU, the ban is under threat. Here are 5 reasons to keep and extend the ban on these bee-harming pesticides.
Bees: Wildlife and environment groups call for neonic pesticides ban to be retained – and extended to all crops
Seventeen of the UK’s leading wildlife, conservation and environment groups are calling for the current EU restrictions on neonicotinoid insecticides to be retained – and extended to all crops – to protect Britain’s bees.
‘Making a success of Brexit’ must include protecting our wildlife and environment – say Friends of the Earth
Following the close of the formal consultation we have put together the content for the new 10-year Parks Strategy for Manchester.
The British public are overwhelmingly in favour of keeping or strengthening EU rules that protect our natural environment – including Britain’s under-threat bees – a new YouGov survey for Friends of the Earth published today reveals.
An independent study backed by the government has reported on the harm caused by neonicotinoid pesticides (neonics) to a range of wild bee species. The study examined wild bee populations and the impact of planting neonic-treated oilseed rape crops over 17 years.