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Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Pontypridd and District Friends of the Earth have been busy testing microplastics. Swansea Friends of the Earth is organising more testing in conjunction with the Environment Centre in the coming weeks.
Thanks to several years of brilliant campaigning from Huddersfield Friends of the Earth, Kirklees Council is set to scrap a road scheme which would’ve resulted in the loss of over 100 mature trees. Find out more about the win.
Camden Friends of the Earth hosted a stall to promote its Warm Homes campaign at a street party. Group members spoke to Sian Berry, Ed Miliband and Keir Starmer, among others. A group member reported Kier Starmer was receptive to the group’s campaign and activities.
We’re proud two Barnet Friends of the Earth members were respectively nominated for, and a winner of Barnet Council’s InspirationALL Women and Girls Award. This was in honour of their tireless, positive work campaigning for various environmental and sustainability causes.
Tottenham and Wood Green Friends of the Earth took to the streets to show signs of support to welcome the ULEZ expansion. Great stuff!
One of our fabulous Climate Youth Society and Young Manchester Friends of the Earth members is leading a workshop called "Roots", exploring the interconnectedness of South Asian identity and ecology on Saturday 5 August.
Big win! Oxford Friends of the Earth's campaign against a road expansion has been successful. This brilliant work is a testament to years of building alliances, organising demonstrations and supporting communities’ members to write submissions.
Ilford Friends of the Earth held a successful stall, and were not deterred by the wet weather! The group managed to get 50 new signatures for its Warm Homes petition.
Thanet Friends of the Earth arranged a litter pick in Dane Park. Kitted in branded high-viz vests, the group were able to advertise the group while making visible change to its community. The group collected an astonishing 12 bags of rubbish in 2 hours.
Fantastic media coverage gained by Harborough Climate Action. The group hosted a very successful kick-off event and gained a front-page spot in its local newspaper following their event.
A big Congratulations to Walsall Friends of the Earth member, who wrote an original play called “The Plastic Migrant”, raising awareness on the impact and intersections of climate change, migration and plastic pollution.
Hackney and Tower Hamlets Friends of the Earth held a stall at a local festival in Cemetery Park, focusing on their Warm Homes campaign. The group also had some lovely craft activities for kids to enjoy.
A member of our Youth Network, Semilore Kaji-Hausa, has been nominated for the Orwell Youth Prize 2023! The prize is for a piece of writing up to 1500 words on the theme of "Who's in Control".
Amazing numbers! Gosport and Fareham Friends of the Earth's petition on the use of glyphosates in agriculture and have has had almost 2000 people signatures.
Calderdale Green New Deal held a successful event with over 100 attendees. The event was a great opportunity to form new relationships with communities the group hadn’t previously reached. Brilliant work.
Luton Friends of the Earth's campaign against the expansion of Luton Airport has included connecting with local residents by door knocking, gaining local press coverage and handing out thousands of leaflets. Amazing effort.