There isn’t a local Friends of the Earth group in the Salford area – so why not help set one up?  Help and support is available from Friends of the Earth’s North West regional campaigns organiser, Estelle.

Listed below are environment-related actions, events and news for the Salford area.

Forgotten Transport – How can we make everyday walking more fun? (Sustainable Housing & Urban Studies Unit seminar)

“Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time” – Steven Wright. Walking is the oldest travel mode in the world – and most of us do it several times a day. It has huge potential to fulfil critical health … Continue reading



Warming up Broughton (hosted by Carbon Co-op)

Is your home draughty and cold in winter? Want to know simple things you can do it warm it up?



Grow Your Own Vegetables and Fruit Course (Start, Salford)

FREE places available on a 10 week practical, hands-on gardening course at Start in the Park, Lower Seedley Bowling Green, Buile Hill Park Tuesdays 19th Feb — 7th May 2019 running from 1.30pm to 3.30pm weekly.



Boothstown Repair Cafe

Bring your small electrical items, clothes, bikes to Boothstown Repair Cafe and learn how to repair them with our volunteers



Manchester Friends of the Earth Annual General Meeting AND Social

Join us for the Manchester Friends of the Earth Annual General Meeting and Social on the evening of Friday 18th January. 



Whose Knowledge Matters? Invitation to a workshop on citizen contributions to spatial planning

As community groups, campaigners and concerned citizens we have a lot to say about the plans that councils and developers have for where we live and work. But how good are the makers of plans, proposals and consultations at listening … Continue reading



Sustainable Transport Futures seminar: Mobility as a Service

We are happy to invite you to our upcoming seminar: Mobility as a Service. It takes place at University of Salford on Wed 16th January between 12:00 – 14:00.



XR – Reclaim the BBC – Manchester

Extinction Rebellion – 1st demand – “The Government must tell the truth about the climate and wider ecological emergency, reverse inconsistent policies and work alongside the media to communicate with citizens.”