Youth Strike 4 Climate Manchester news release: THOUSANDS STRIKING IN MANCHESTER: Demonstrators from all over Greater Manchester joined the #GlobalClimateStrike last Friday!
For what was the largest climate mobilisation in history, millions of people took to the streets to protest. The youth called on everyone, not just the young people, to join them on the 20th of September in demonstrations ahead of the UN Climate Action Summit.
Youth Strike 4 Climate Manchester news release: The Ecological Crisis is Imminent; Youth are Leading the Fight.
On Friday the 20th of September, people of all ages from all over Greater Manchester will be joining the global #ClimateStrike, happening in St Peter's Square, to demand the government take urgent action towards this ecological crisis.
What we do in the next few years will determine the future of our world. We know the solutions to climate chaos and there's still time to act – just. But we need to work together if we're to convince our government to act.
Friends of the Earth is calling for all airlines to make a flight’s carbon pollution public before a customer books so that an informed choice about how to travel can be made. People overwhelmingly agree with this, as new polling shows.
Greenwashing Team Ineos arrives in Greater Manchester on Stage 8 of the Tour of Britain as Friends of the Earth calls for ban on fracking
“Cycling fans have shown time and time again how passionate they are about the environment and fighting climate breakdown. Ineos goes completely against this.” Ali Abbas, campaigner at Manchester Friends of the Earth.
‘Devil-masked’ campaigners to protest Ineos sponsorship of cycling team during Stage 8 of Tour of Britain.
On Saturday 14th September local group Frack Free Greater Manchester will combine with national and international campaigners to protest sponsorship of the UK based cycling team by Ineos a major UK fracking and chemical engineering company and Europe's biggest producer of virgin plastics.
Friends of the Earth forced to withdraw from Cuadrilla injunction challenge after being priced out of court
Friends of the Earth has been forced to withdraw from a legal challenge to a wide-ranging injunction against protests at a Lancashire fracking site, after a legal ruling left the organisation potentially liable for the fracking firm’s full legal costs for opposing the case.