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News: Fracking report too quick to dismiss earthquake dangers

Commenting on a new study from Durham University about fracking induced earthquakes Friends of the Earth Scotland Campaigns Co-ordinator Mary Churc

Can private finance really fill the Green Climate Fund?

Karen Orenstein from Friends of the Earth argues the track record of the private sector in development investment does not stand up to scrutiny

Fracking poses minimal earthquake risk – report

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World’s largest offshore windfarm opens off UK coast

London Array windfarm is made up of 175 turbines and generates 630MW, enough to power nearly half a million homes

Universal Periodic Review update - recognition of stateless persons

In amongst the numerous recent headlines regarding UK immigration, one very important but largely unnoticed rule has come into force.

Schwarzenegger warns of “looming” climate disaster

Former Governor of California says latest climate science is "sobering" and says he is concerned warnings are being ignored

Events: AGM and Air Pollution Discussion


Save School Trips!

The national curriculum supports teachers in developing young minds to care for and protect the environment, but proposed changes threaten to under

UK failing to protect natural capital – report

State of Natural Capital Report commissioned by the British Government warns biodiversity and ecosystems under increasing threat

Dash to keep wine flowing could damage ecosystems

Climate impacts will make 20-70% of existing vineyards unsuitable by 2050 while attempts to adjust and relocating vineyards could disrupt ecosystem


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