01 Oct 2020
This mapping and analysis show that it is indeed possible to double woodland cover in England and Wales in a way that does not encroach on arable land or protected areas.
19 Oct 2020
Get your community talking about how to achieve a green and fair recovery, and influence government ahead of the Comprehensive Spending Review.
23 Oct 2020
Our recommendations regarding coronavirus and resources to support you during this time. We will continue to monitor government advice on the subject and will review and update this page accordingly. Please do check back regularly.
07 Sep 2020
What we need to secure a green and fair recovery for people and communities in Wales.
07 May 2020
Our Climate Action Plans for Metro Mayors outline the actions that should be taken in each region to tackle the climate crisis.
21 Apr 2020
Friends of the Earth has sourced data by local authority area on a range of issues relevant to climate change. The large majority of data sources is from official government sources but where these aren’t available other credible datasets have been used. The data sources are listed below.
07 Aug 2020
Friends of the Earth has analysed how different local authority areas across England and Wales are taking action to cut greenhouse gases. We’ve compared your local authority areas with similar local authority areas
30 Aug 2019
If you’re not near an organised strike, and there aren’t any young people interested in organising a strike in your area, that doesn’t mean you have to stay at home. Here are some tips on how to organise your own ‘strike'.
12 Sep 2019
Young people have been leading the way on climate change, striking from school to demand urgent climate action. Now they've asked for the adults to step up and join them for the Climate Strike on 20 September. Find out how you and your group can get involved.
01 Oct 2020
Councils up and down the country have declared climate emergencies. They also now must respond to the Covid-19 crisis and develop a recovery plan. They need to do so simultaneously. But what happens next?