Mike Childs01 Aug 2018
The UK should use renewable energy to heat homes and businesses. It should do that through electric heating backed up by renewably-produced hydrogen.
21 Feb 2018
We need a lot more housing, but every home should be well-insulated, affordable, safe and environmentally friendly: Friends of the Earth's position.
27 Nov 2017
We need low-carbon energy. But renewables like wind and solar, and energy efficiency are better than nuclear power: Friends of the Earth's position.
We need to minimise how climate change affects people and nature. We also have a responsibility to help the most vulnerable to cope: Friends of the Earth's position.
23 Nov 2017
Refugees don’t just flee wars, persecution and intolerance. Sometimes it’s droughts, floods or famine: Friends of the Earth’s position on climate change and environmental refugees.
01 Jan 2015
Using the Global Calculator to put us on a pathway to curb dangerous levels of climate change.
14 Sep 20122.24 MB PDF file
Powering the UK with renewables – and without nuclear energy.
11 Feb 201145 kB PDF file
In 2010 the government abolished the National Performance Framework (NPF). We examine the impact on the ability of local authorities to cut carbon emissions.
10 Dec 20101.65 MB PDF file
How political inaction is ramping up the risk of dangerous climate change.
06 Jun 2009888 kB PDF file
Why offsetting is failing the climate and people: the evidence.
01 Nov 2007319 kB PDF file
A low-carbon strategy to reduce housing emissions by 80% by 2050.
21 Sep 2007295 kB PDF file
How the proposal for the aviation-emissions trading scheme must be improved.
30 Jun 2006824 kB PDF file
The policy pathways for achieving a low-carbon future: a Tyndall Centre report for Friends of the Earth and The Co-operative Bank.