Government air quality plans “woefully inadequate” with a “breath-taking lack of detail” – says Friends of the Earth
The government’s draft Air Quality Plan has been branded “woefully inadequate” and won’t deliver clean air for all Friends of the Earth warned today (5 May 2017) as they call on manufacturers to foot more of the bill.
The delay to publication of the government’s draft Air Quality Plan, due today, is appallingly bad for people’s health, say Friends of the Earth, as the environmental charity demands a Plan that will deliver clean air everywhere.
Almost half of Britons back restrictions on polluting cars, only 18% opposed – as Friends of the Earth calls for government commitment to clean air everywhere
Manchester Friends of the Earth welcomes GM pledge to meet World Health Organisation air pollution target by 2030
Manchester Friends of the Earth welcomes the announcement that Greater Manchester has become the UK’s first member of the ‘BreatheLife’ cities network, and has pledged to achieve the World Health Organisation’s strict air quality guidelines by 2030. 
In April 2017, MEPs have a real chance to do something about air pollution from vehicles – let’s make sure they take it.
8 March is Budget day: let’s send Chancellor Philip Hammond some positive ideas for improving transport!
Budget: 45% of motorists say they would be likely to switch to cleaner vehicle if government provided financial incentive
Friends of the Earth’s citizen science project to measure air pollution hopes to become biggest of its kind, as survey reveals only 1 in 10 think their air quality is bad.
Revealed: only 6% people in the North West think their air quality is bad despite toxic levels of air pollution in the region
Stonehenge is an icon of our islands. Together with the surrounding landscape it is an archaeological treasure store without parallel in Europe. But now the government plans to build an “expressway” and tunnel through the Stonehenge UNESCO World Heritage Site.