Ealing Friends of the Earth takes action in the Borough of Ealing for positive environmental solutions at a local, regional, national, and international level. We aim to connect more people with the environment and to persuade politicians, businesses, and others to see things differently. We organise street stalls, public meetings, visits to schools, film screenings, and more. We've formed links with other local environmental groups, and we send a quarterly newsletter to our members and other supporters.
Currently we’re campaigning on clean air, plastics, and climate change. We've monitored air pollution levels locally and organised a public meeting involving local councillors. We’ve visited schools and colleges to show students the problems caused by plastic rubbish, and our plastic octopus has made several appearances at local events to illustrate the effects of plastics on sea life. We've carried our Ealing Friends of the Earth banner at numerous demonstrations and marches.
You’re very welcome to come to one of our meetings, which takes place on the third Wednesday of the month (except during August and December, when we organise social events), from 7.45 - 9.45 pm, in the Rock Room, The Crypt of St John's Church, Broomfield Place, West Ealing W13 9LA. We’re always happy to meet people who share our concern for the environment.
Ealing Friends of the Earth is a licenced local group of Friends of the Earth England, Wales & Northern Ireland.
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