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.
07 Sep 2018
Friends of the Earth supports the right of individuals and organisations to take part in peaceful protest and nonviolent direct action where this is likely to support the achievement of its objectives.
01 Mar 2018External link
The International Women’s Day book that states there is no solution to climate change without women’s empowerment.
27 Nov 2017
Population growth puts pressure on the environment. But we also need to look at over consumption and dirty energy use: 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.
17 Mar 2017External link
It's not enough to oppose all the bad things. We also have to build our own vision of the future, and map out how to get there.
14 Feb 2017839 kB PDF file
Over a period of 4 years Friends of the Earth investigated 10 big research areas, from the future of cities to innovation to the role of gender equality.
02 Nov 2015External link
McLaren and Agyeman go beyond the faddish, commercial sharing economy to means of sharing that are communal, encouraging trust and collaboration.
05 Jun 20155.81 MB PDF file
Historians and campaigners explore the history of campaigning – and what lessons may be drawn for fighting modern-day causes.
Roman Krznaric01 Mar 2015898 kB PDF fileDirect download
How empathy drives common values, social justice and environmental action
Mike Childs31 Dec 2014719 kB PDF file
How might we refocus business on environmental and human wellbeing?
Dr Eurig Scandrett01 Sep 2013External link
How citizen participation in cities can contribute to wellbeing within environmental limits.
10 Oct 20061.63 MB PDF file
An index of human well being and environmental impact by the New Economics Foundation and Friends of the Earth.
01 Nov 1994External link
A book published by Friends of the Earth in 1994.