Julia Eriksen, Phil Michaels Legal Scholar12 Dec 2019
Our new report A Pillar of Justice reveals how changes to the law are making it more difficult to stop environmental destruction.
Paul de Zylva06 Dec 2019
It’s not only bees that are harmed by pesticides. We show how routine use of chemicals harms birds, earthworms, hedgehogs, frogs, wild plants and wider nature.
Sandra Bell, Nature campaigner15 Nov 2019
In the first of a series of blogs on innovative farming I ask whether robots could be the solution to cutting our reliance on chemicals.
Kierra Box, Trade campaigner06 Nov 2019
Kierra Box asks whether a net zero UK can save us from the climate emergency and also be fair to everyone.
Paul de Zylva, Nature campaigner04 Nov 2019
Paul de Zylva looks back at the Bee Cause campaign and assesses whether Welsh and English action plans to halt the decline of bees are working.
Clare Oxborrow29 Oct 2019
What we eat, how we travel and how we heat our homes has a huge climate impact. But what should the government be doing to help us live greener lives?
Paul de Zylva08 Oct 2019
Instead of building on the green belt, let’s make it green by name and green by nature.
Craig Bennett01 Oct 2019
Will our government and business leaders act on the triple emergency of climate, nature and poverty, or will business as usual win?
24 Sep 2019
Craig Bennett shares his ideas for making cities healthier and more sustainable places with Joanna Watson.
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.
Paul de Zylva24 May 2019
“The essential, interconnected web of life on Earth is getting smaller and increasingly frayed.”
Paul de Zylva06 May 2019
Nature is in crisis. The UK and EU must not preside over another lost decade of delay and destruction.