We want a healthy planet that provides a good life for everyone on it now and for the future. The Earth will go on supporting us if we look after it. It’s clear what we must do to protect our world – and provide for a growing population.
Manchester Friends of the Earth is involved in a range of biodiversity campaigns, which mainly concentrate on increasing tree cover across Greater Manchester in partnership with City of Trees and other campaigning groups. At Manchester FOE we have previously supported our bee population by creating more bee-friendly habitats around Greater Manchester and promoting bee-friendly rapeseed oil. Our current activity focuses on encouraging local councils, landowners and the general public to increase tree cover as part of Friends of the Earth’s Trees campaign. Because it is always important to help our pollinating insects, our previous Bee Cause campaign is still a source of useful information on how to do this. You can also discover how and where to buy bee-friendly rapeseed oil and how to set up bee-friendly habitats.
If you would like to get involved with the Manchester FOE nature campaign please contact Damian at firstname.lastname@example.org or Cat at email@example.com.
|Manchester Friends of the Earth nature campaign meeting|
6:30pm-8:30pm at Online
|Trees For MPs - #ReforestEarth|
10:00am-7:00pm at Parliament Square
Organised by Planet A and Friends of the Earth
See more events organised by Manchester Friends of the Earth and other organisations on our calendar.