Liverpool Friends of the Earth is part of a movement creating a safer climate, flourishing nature, and healthy air, water, and food, now and for future generations. We campaign for change in our community, to make a difference to the environment locally, nationally and globally.
Campaigning on the environment with Liverpool Friends of the Earth can include helping out at public stalls, lobbying decision-makers, organising demonstrations, taking part in practical actions like litter-picking or wildflower planting – and a whole lot more.
Friends of the Earth local groups have a fantastic track record of defending the things that we care most about, whether that's fending off huge dirty energy projects like coal mines and fracking or restoring natural habitats so that nature can thrive. To find out what we’re working on locally and take part, contact us below.
We meet in St Michael in the City, Upper Pitt Street, Liverpool L1 5DB from 6.30 - 8 pm on the third Wednesday every month, but have currently shifted our meetings online due to coronavirus restrictions. Get in touch to find out how you can join these.
We are a lively and welcoming group. Our monthly get together includes a spotlight on a local campaign, creating space for us all to learn more and for the campaigner to ask for support, advice, or help from those attending. We also discuss other local and regional campaigns and actions, national Friends of the Earth campaigns, and have open table time.
Liverpool Friends of the Earth is a licenced local group of Friends of the Earth England, Wales & Northern Ireland.
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