Following the success of events in London, Bristol and Paris, Feeding the 5000 is coming to Manchester. Come along and be one of 5,000 people to enjoy a delicious free hot vegetarian meal made entirely out of food which would … Continue reading
“ Speech reveals DEFRA has cut climate change adaptation team from 38 staff to 6. Ahead of International climate negotiations and the game-changing Energy Bill vote on 3rd June, former Special Representative for Climate Change, John Ashton CBE, gave a wide-ranging … Continue reading
Theatre company Mikron has teamed up with the Bee Cause and wants to invite local groups to join them at productions of their play – a drama set in a bee-keeping community.
Bees are vanishing from Britain but you can help. Get your Bee Saver Kit today, with wildflower seeds and bee-saving materials, and we’ll pin a flower for you on our map.
A small and unnoticed change in European rules could let massive new mega-trucks – which are up to 25 metres, or 80 feet, long – into the UK. The European Commission, which is pushing for this change, itself admits they … Continue reading
Abandoning UK membership of the EU, or even a partial withdrawal, would pose a significant threat to our environment, Friends of the Earth warns. (Tuesday 14 May 2013).
On Saturday 18th May, Friends of the Earth Manchester will be helping Parrs Wood High School to create a wildflower haven for local bees in East Didsbury.  This will be one of 60 ‘Bee Worlds’ springing up around the … Continue reading
BASECAMP is an event for our fantastic network of local groups and individuals and also for people new to Friends of the Earth, people who would like to find out more and bring their own experiences to the event.
The “Do the Math: The Movie” tells the story of the growing climate movement, from the fossil fuel divestment campaign to the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline.