A mega-farm proposed at Limavady will produce 1.3 million tonnes of pig slurry every year. This has dire implications for the environment of Northern Ireland, as well as animal welfare.
A group of noisy pensioners and a large dinosaur greeted delegates who went to Droylsden in Greater Manchester for the AGM of the Greater Manchester Pension Fund. Passing drivers hooted their horns in support as protestors urged the fund to …
The Frack Free Three have had their sentences reduced to conditional discharges today in their appeal hearing at the Court of Appeal.
The government’s backing of fracking is ‘morally bankrupt’ says Friends of the Earth as fracking starts in Lancashire today.
Local residents will demonstrate outside the Greater Manchester Pension Fund’s (GMPF) annual general meeting on Friday 19th October at 12.30. They will call for the Fund to stop investing in fossil fuel companies and will present remnants from the recent …
Fracking can now go ahead at the Preston New Road site in Lancashire after an application for an injunction was turned down by the court today.
Manchester has at times the dirtiest, most polluted air in Western Europe and people living in the city could have their lives shortened because of it.
Forthcoming Agriculture Bill must help farmers boost nature, says Friends of the Earth
Report says limiting temperature rise requires enormous and immediate transformation in human activity World governments are not on track to avoid global warming of more than 1.5°C a key UN paper will find; the amount of carbon we can emit …
Transport for Greater Manchester are seeking views on the development of the city centre. They are working with Manchester City Council and Salford City Council. You have until Wednesday 17th October to give your views on how you find getting …
Within hours of the industry heralding the start of fracking in Lancashire, an interim High Court injunction means that fracking cannot yet begin due to safety concerns.
Friends of the Earth and local residents vow to continue their fight as the industry says it will start fracking in Lancashire next week
“You can be in favour of Heathrow expansion, or you can be serious about stopping climate change. You can’t be both”. Oliver Hayes, climate change campaigner at Friends of the Earth
KALE YEAH! rewards students with a free meal for every 6 veggie or vegan meals purchased in university cafes.
Friends of the Earth joined a number of community representatives and local organisations for a close-up visit to the Rampion offshore wind farm today (1st October).