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From doubling tree cover to stopping climate chaos, we want to change the world for good. Here Mon-Fri 9.30-5 😀 Take care of yourself, each other & the planet.
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Friends of the Earth 23h
Replying to @lizcurran
You're welcome. The bars indicate the potential flowering season
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Friends of the Earth Aug 14
Fancy planting a tree today? Until midnight when you buy something from our Teemills shop, Teemills will plant a tree! It's buy one, get one tree 🌳 Click here to shop 👉
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Greta Thunberg Aug 14
The period 1July 2019 - 30June 2020 was the warmest 12 months ever recorded. Wildfires, floods, storms, droughts, melting permafrost, locust swarms, historic heatwaves. And now glaciers are literally collapsing in front of our eyes. When will we start treating this as a crisis?
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Friends of the Earth Aug 13
Replying to @lizcurran
Hi Liz, thank you purchasing one of our Bee Saver Kits! The colours are just a way of distinguishing between spring and winter.
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Ash Sarkar Aug 12
There may be a hostile environment for migrants, but there's a super hospitable one for dumbass opinions about them. Here are the myths, debunked.
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Friends of the Earth Aug 13
Climate change won't just affect our future, it's making us sick right now.
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Friends of the Earth Aug 12
So close ! This would be such a significant, world-leading decision... if only it didn't allow for gas power stations 🔥😓
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Friends of the Earth Aug 12
Why is single use rubbish, and how can we tackle the plastic crisis? Watch this conversation with philanthropist Julia Davies and our very own - along with - to find out.
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Greenpeace UK Aug 12
Air pollution doesn't just affect humans! A new study suggests air pollution causes bees to be slower and live shorter lives. 😢🐝
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Friends of the Earth Aug 12
Last chance to get tickets for this evening's live stream event! Who's joining us?
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Simon Pickstone Aug 11
Fancy a dip to escape the heat? Great map showing which rivers in England had sewage pumped into them last year. Spoiler alert: it was basically all of them.
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Friends of the Earth Aug 12
It can’t be right that it’s more costly to do the right thing for the planet! Rail and bus fares need to be cheaper and cycling made safe.
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Guy Shrubsole Aug 11
““The government, Ministry of Defence and Church of England all own vast swathes of land and could be doing a lot more to welcome people from diverse urban cultures into allotments and ultimately into the countryside.”
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BBC News (World) Aug 9
Volunteers in Mauritius are scrambling to create cordons to keep leaking oil away from the island after a tanker ran aground on a coral reef
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EnvironmentalFunders Aug 11
Watch or listen to the fascinating 'Inspiring People: Plastics' conversation, with philanthropist Julia Davies & , , , Tanya Bascombe .
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Possible Aug 11
Started cycling more recently? (Nice one!) Here's a really useful video for anyone who's a little nervous. + there's info on what you can do to prevent your bike from getting nicked.
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Simon Wiltshire Aug 11
Too much of our countryside is being doused with chemical pesticides. Bees, birds, butterflies and other wildlife are in decline. Join me and sign the petition to make the countryside a safer place for wildlife.
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Friends of the Earth Aug 11
These planning proposals are a developers charter that bypasses the democratic wishes of communities and threatens a wave of poorly-built, badly-sited developments.
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Friends of the Earth Aug 10
SIGN THE PETITION! We’re joining & calling on high-street chains across the UK to start accepting reusable coffee cups, containers and water bottles again. We know that we can stay safe & look after the planet at the same time.
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Friends of the Earth Aug 10
240,000 tonnes of food is wasted by UK supermarkets every year, made even more frustrating given the record numbers of people currently relying on food banks for support.
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