Ahead of the UN climate talks, we look at the communities who are often overlooked when we talk about the climate crisis. We're all impacted, but those impacts are felt differently depending on who, and where, you are. Find out how.
Trade has a huge impact on the climate. But we just don't talk about it. The UK government has pledged to hit net-zero by 2050, and is hosting this year's UN Climate Talks. Yet the links between climate change and the ways we trade are often ignored.
Read 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.
Published: 20 Apr 2021
Last updated: 29 Jun 2021
4 minute read
Access to nature is important to our physical and mental wellbeing. But the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted just how many people – particularly in urban areas – are robbed of important green space. Paul de Zylva explains how we can make our neighbourhoods cleaner, greener and healthier for all.
Across the UK, incinerators are being given the green light by councils. With low-income and minority communities disproportionately bearing the brunt of the pollution coming from these wood and waste-burning plants, Shaista Hussain looks at one city’s battle to protect local people from a new incinerator.
At Friends of the Earth, we're striving hard to ensure the rights of all our employees are upheld. That includes monitoring the gender pay gap, taking measures to address any discrepancies and being transparent with our supporters.