Bees are vital to so much of British life: they pollinate our food, keep our farms in business and help our gardens, parks and countryside to thrive. We want to secure a Bee Action Plan that protects all 267 British bee species.
Shale gas is being promoted as a way for the UK to have its ‘own’ gas supply. But shale gas extraction (known as fracking) is controversial - it could contaminate water courses, increase air pollution and make it harder to meet our climate change targets.
Friends of the Earth’s planetary emergency analysis shows that we have very little time left to avoid catastrophic climate change. Join our International Climate Hub to find out more about our urgent work on international climate and energy issues.
The Planning Hub is for people who want to work on planning issues. Join our Hub to find out more about the Government's planning reform, and our campaigns to ensure that planning decisions are about living within environmental limits.
The Land, Food and Water team work on a wide range of issues, from the Common Agricultural Policy, to biofuels and GM. This Hub is a place to discuss these issues and find the latest news, actions and resources.
People in rich countries are over-consuming the world's scarce resources. But what does this mean in practical terms? And how can we ensure the economy helps us make the transition to sustainable use of resources ?
We are a network of young campaigners from Friends of the Earth local groups across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We’re open to any young person in Britain interested in becoming active with Young Friends of the Earth.
Friends of the Earth Limited. Reg. No.1012357. Friends of the Earth Trust Limited. Reg. No.1533942. Charity No.281681.
Both incorporated in England and Wales. Both registered office: 26-28 Underwood Street, London, N1 7JQ.