Using robust research, Friends of the Earth investigates the biggest challenges facing people and the planet – providing in-depth commentary on the causes, effects and solutions.
Guy Shrubsole08 Aug 2019
Could water companies use their land more effectively to help fix the climate emergency?
Kate Gordon29 Jul 2019
Good planning is essential to protect the environment from development pressures. But recent reforms threaten to compromise the ability of the planning system as a whole to deliver in the public interest.
Dave Timms24 Jul 2019
What would happen if the new prime minister acted as though he believes there is a climate emergency?
Katie de Kauwe. Lawyer, Friends of the Earth Legal Team22 Jul 2019
Katie de Kauwe explains how Friends of the Earth is taking legal action to support the right to protest against fracking.
Guy Shrubsole with research by Chris Gordon-Smith18 Jun 2019
Is there really space in the UK to double tree cover? And where’s best to grow all those trees?
03 Jun 2019
Faster, deeper and fairer carbon pollution cuts than those recommended by the Committee on Climate Change are possible and necessary.
21 May 2019
Emissions from aviation continue to grow but need to fall. There are no technical fixes. Instead we need to curb frequent flying and stop airport expansion.
10 May 2019
The government is about to decide on planning permission for a coal mine at Druridge Bay. It must say no. We've already got more than enough coal for power generation.