“It’s the greatest injustice of climate change, those least responsible for causing the crisis are the first to suffer” Friends of the Earth call for change in legal status of refugees
Controversial Druridge Bay opencast coal mine ‘called in’ by minister – Friends of the Earth reaction
Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has ‘called in’ a controversial planning application for a large opencast coal mine at Druridge Bay on climate change grounds, it has been revealed today.
Important to highlight air pollution & climate injustice – Friends of the Earth reaction to Black Lives Matter UK protest
Fossil Free Greater Manchester is not persuaded by Greater Manchester Pension Fund that its strategy for a low carbon economy can work. And we continue to draw attention to the risks to pensions of continuing to hold fossil fuel investments.
Along with local residents’ group, Frack Free Ryedale, we have applied today to the High Court for a judicial review of North Yorkshire County Council’s decision to allow fracking near the North Yorks Moors National Park.
Campaigners from Lancashire joined Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace to deliver a 186,000-strong petition to Downing Street today.
North Yorkshire County Council have today granted permission for fracking in Ryedale. Simon Bowens, Yorkshire and Humber campaigner for Friends of the Earth, said: “This is an absolute travesty of a decision but the battle is very far from over.