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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.

Shelter Greater Manchester Mayoral Assembly

On April 23, Shelter will mass mobilise hundreds of our supporters in Greater Manchester to participate directly in the 2020 mayoral election.

Friends of the Earth: Welcome webinar

Welcome webinars will introduce you to the Climate Action movement, and the tools and resources you can use to support or develop your local campaign.

Friends of the Earth: Local Elections Campaigning Webinar – putting the climate crisis on the agenda

Is your area having regional elections this spring? Join us to learn about how you can use this election to get serious commitments on climate action from your representatives.

Greater Manchester Mayoral Assembly (hosted by Greater Manchester Citizens)

Join GM Citizens for our Mayoral Assembly as we put forward civil society’s agenda to the Greater Manchester Mayoral candidates.

Worsley Woods GB Spring Clean (hosted by Salford Ranger Team)

Join the Keep Britain Tidy GB Spring Clean Campaign. Litter pick of the woods & looplines. Meet by the Beesley Green entrance off Greenleach Lane

Metro Mayor elections and our climate demands – Planning meeting and networking event

  Join us to discuss how we can ensure candidates for the Greater Manchester Metro Mayor elections on 7 May commit to ambitious action on climate change.

Diversity: Is sustainable transport inclusive of our city’s diverse communities? (hosted by by Sustainable Housing & Urban Studies Unit, University of Salford)

Around 14% of the population of England and Wales are from black, Asian, minority ethnic backgrounds, in Scotland this is 4%. The figure is higher for the under 16 population, and is increasing steadily. People from an ethnic minority background …

Big Tree Planting (hosted by The Chat Moss Project)

We will be planting out a variety of tree species to make the habitat more suitable for the endangered Willow tit. They like it dark, dank and generally and bit messy so we add some lovely under-storey species for them.

(Page last updated 3rd May, 2019 22:36)

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