Lisa Hopkinson and Lynn Sloman, Transport for Quality of Life24 May 2019
A damning indictment of the failure of the Department for Transport to give proper regard to the Climate Change Act.
17 May 2019External link
The Phase-out of Plastic Pollution Bill to significantly cut plastic waste by 2042 introduced to parliament in February 2019.
Mike Childs17 May 2019External link
We know about the dangers of hitting 1.5°C of global warming. We also know we’re on course for over 3°C. So what’s the plan?
Friends of the Earth Scotland15 May 2019External link
Sea Change reveals, for the first time, the climate impact of North Sea oil and gas extraction urging the governments to prioritise a job-creating energy transition.
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.
Paul de Zylva02 May 2019
Our natural world is in trouble. Are we on the verge of the world's sixth mass extinction?
Mike Childs02 May 2019
The Committee on Climate Change says the UK should now aim for 'net zero' greenhouse gases by 2050. Much faster cuts are needed to avoid playing Russian roulette with the planet.
Paul de Zylva30 Apr 2019
If we lose the insects then everything is going to collapse.
Sandra Bell16 Apr 2019
Global insect decline is a wake-up call. Intensive farming is destroying the very species that underpin food production - including pollination, natural pest control and soil health.
Katie de Kauwe10 Apr 2019
Why Friends of the Earth has taken the government to court over the new national planning policy.
Lynn Sloman and Lisa Hopkinson, Transport for Quality of life05 Apr 2019
A third of urban journeys could be by bike with investment in segregated cycleways and e-bikes
29 Mar 2019
How more trees, woodlands and forests will support aims to help combat climate change, and protect and restore nature.
Alasdair Cameron25 Mar 2019
Burnt goat heads and growth hormones may soon be arriving on our tables, thanks to lobbying by the Australian meat industry.
24 Mar 2019
Should the fossil fuel industry fund the transition to zero carbon? In the UK they cause around £44 billion worth of damage each year.
19 Mar 2019
The fracking industry is demanding that the government weakens earthquake regulations, The regulations, designed to protect local people and the environment, are an important safeguard on an industry that last year caused 57 earthquakes while fracking a single well.