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.
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.
Craig Bennett19 Mar 2019
How can the Chancellor's spending review save us from Chris Grayling's climate wrecking transport plans?
Clare Oxborrow12 Mar 2019
Why the government should encourage people to eat low-meat, planet-friendly diets if it is serious about cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Mike Childs21 Feb 2019
The gas industry wants to increase the UK’s consumption of natural gas. And it's come up with a cunning plan.
Paul De Zylva19 Feb 2019
Governments and businesses are presenting biodiversity offsetting as a nature conservation solution. But it’s failing people and the planet.