Paul de Zylva08 Oct 2019
Instead of building on the green belt, let’s make it green by name and green by nature.
Mike Childs01 Oct 2019
Parish and town councils may not be as powerful as local authorities but they can “do their bit” in addressing the climate and nature emergency and be a force for change.
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?
02 Sep 2019118 kB PDF file
A letter to the Chancellor by Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and others ahead of the 2019 Spending Review
02 Sep 20193.2 MB PDF file
Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and others have identified that the government needs to spend £42 billion a year on climate change and nature.
Guy Shrubsole08 Aug 2019
Could water companies use their land more effectively to help fix the climate emergency?
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.
Lisa Hopkinson and Lynn Sloman, Transport for Quality of Life27 Jun 2019
Analysis shows Department for Transport plans will cause UK to breach carbon budgets; radical new plan needed to cut aviation and road transport carbon by 2030
03 Jun 2019
A recent ruling by a High Court judge has huge significance both for those fighting fracking applications and for planning authorities and communities looking to prepare climate-friendly, resilient plans and policies.
Faster, deeper and fairer carbon pollution cuts than those recommended by the Committee on Climate Change are possible and necessary.
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.
22 May 2019
Local authorities can take some action on climate change but they could do so much more if the government empowered and enabled them.
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.
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?