If you have ever wondered why it is that products these days seem designed to break easily, and if you get mad when it appears they are impossible to recycle, let alone mend, then we have the campaign for you! … Continue reading →
The wettest June on record and hailstorms in August may have resulted in UK farmers suffering one of the worst harvests in recent years, but one bit of a silver lining has been a reversal in policy by many of … Continue reading →
Some of you may remember the famous Saatchi and Saatchi election poster designed for the Conservatives back in 1979, showing a long, snaking dole queue with the caption Labour Isn’t Working. Looking back on it, this campaign may seem controversial, … Continue reading →
Have you heard about the Kindling Trust, Manchester’s campaigning organisation working towards an ecologically sustainable economy and society here in the North West of England? Kindling has set up a volunteer project called the Land Army, where you can go … Continue reading →
Manchester Friends of the Earth have been busy with the Bee Cause campaign, aimed at halting the decline in bee populations by promoting beefriendly planting and biodiversity. Seed bombs made their appearance in July at both Envirolution, in Platt Fields, … Continue reading →
Stacie from the Greater Manchester Energy Advice Service tells us why there’s no time like the present to get toasty:
How many ways can we make progress towards a sustainable energy future? Lots of them, as Damian found out at the latest of Manchester FOE’s ‘Big Tuesday’ events, hosted by the group at the Green Fish Resource Centre.