Environmental issues, such as air pollution, access to green space and climate change should not affect the more vulnerable in society unfairly. Sustainability can help diverse communities thrive, whether in the UK or around the world.
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The government has published 25 technical notices today laying out preparation for the so-called Brexit ‘no-deal’ scenario, still considered the most damaging outcome.
To mark National Democracy Week (2-8 July), 11 not-for-profits have urged the government to protect our democracy from policies like the Lobbying Act.
When women have a seat at the table, we all benefi. Learn why we can’t fix climate change without fixing gender equality, and hear from some of the key women leading the charge for both, in the 2nd edition of … Continue reading
Last month, Andrei and two fellow activists – part of Friends of the Earth Russia – were brutally attacked. Andrei was hospitalised. They were assaulted after investigating the apparently illegal construction of a mansion and vineyard on public forest land near the Black … Continue reading
A UN committee says that Britain’s Brexit bill may have broken international environment law. Campaigners challenge government’s failure to consult the public on the effect of the Brexit Withdrawal Bill on the environment UN-backed committee’s decision means there are questions … Continue reading
This month’s open meeting will hear about the work of Friends of the Earth International and the local Amnesty International group on their work to protect human rights and environmental defenders around the world.
We urge you to support us in adding more voices to our struggle against large-scale industrial oil palm plantations by Okomu Oil Palm PLC (a member of the global SOCFIN). After successful protest marches on the streets of Edo State … Continue reading
UN committee tells UK government to urgently reverse changes so that going to court is not prohibitively expensive
The compliance committee for the UN Aarhus Convention – to which the UK is a signatory – has concluded in its latest report that recent government changes to court costs in environmental legal cases further remove the UK from compliance … Continue reading
With the 10 MPs of the DUP now so powerful in Westminster, they have an important influence on the environment across the UK. So what is the DUP’s approach to key environmental issues in Northern Ireland? What is DUP policy … Continue reading
Northern Ireland government acted unlawfully by not stopping dredging at Lough Neagh, says Court of Appeal
Friends of the Earth has welcomed today’s Northern Ireland Court of Appeal decision that the Northern Ireland government acted unlawfully by not stopping the dredging at Lough Neagh, one of Europe’s most important wetlands  . The environmental campaign group … Continue reading