Download the open letter calling for the Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to reject approval for the new Cambo Oil Field and end support for all coal, oil and gas developments across the UK.
Head of Political Affairs Dave Timms and Mattey Mitchell from Friends, Families and Travellers reflect on the dangers of the government's controversial new Policing Bill, including the risk it poses to peaceful protest and how the bill affects the rights of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
On 10 March 2021, the UK government opened a consultation on the Draft Statement on Environmental Principles. Government promised that overhauling these environmental principles would “put them at the heart of government” and make sure the environment was not just an afterthought. But we have significant concerns.
Read the Friends of the Earth consultation response here, submitted 2 June 2021.
We are seeking to appoint Trustees to join the board of Friends of the Earth Charitable Trust.
Being a member of the Friends of the Earth Charitable Trust Board is a highly rewarding experience and you’ll play a vitally important role.
For more information, please download the information pack.
On 6 May, communities across Wales and much of England will be voting in a series of elections for their next Metro Mayor, local council and Senedd representatives.
We speak to Connie and Jackie, local campaigners in Friends of the Earth's network of grassroots groups, to find out what they want local candidates to prioritise and what they're doing to make sure climate is a priority for all parties.
A green, low-carbon future means new jobs and industries that are good for the environment and the people in them. But what counts as a green job, how do you get one, and what should government be doing to create more?
Louisa and Danny chat to Clare Linton from Urban Transport Group and Lola Fayokun from Teach The Future about how to get a green job.