Friends of the Earth has written to West Sussex County Council following concerns that fracking firm Cuadrilla may be drilling near Balcombe in breach of its existing planning permission, the environment charity said today (Thursday 5 September 2013).
Government fails to protect communities from fracking – raise your concerns with the Secretary of State
Communities left on the side-lines – not protected or consulted about the threat of fracking. Following the release of the new planning guidance on fracking it’s clear that the Government is paying little attention to communities.
Responding to Syngenta’s legal challenge to the European Commission’s decision to suspend the use of the neonicotinoid thiamethoxam on bee attractive crops, Friends of the Earth’s Head of Campaigns Andrew Pendleton said: “These restrictions are completely justified.
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A Manchester MP and members of Manchester City Council joined Friends of the Earth for a Bee Tea at the urban bee-friendly garden created for the Dig the City event. 
On Friday 2nd August, volunteers from Manchester Friends of the Earth took up the challenge of creating a bee-friendly urban garden for the Dig the City Urban gardening festival, which runs from Saturday 3rd to Sunday 11th August.