Our bee banquet was a great success. The turn-out was fantastic and from comments afterwards people found the event inspiring, and are now encouraged to do their bit for bees locally. Everyone was surprised about just how much of our food supply... More >
Nottinghamshire's Minerals Plan is up for review. Amongst other things it includes policies for extracting hydrocarbons. In the past the county has been a major source of coal. In the future large parts of the county could be fracked for shale gas... More >
Nottingham City Council has refused to correct false propaganda about its Energy Strategy. Everyone who attended a seminar on energy policy in May 2013 received an 'ezine' (2MB) which claimed that 11% of the heat and power consumed in the city is... More >
We meet on the last Tuesday of each month (except August and December), 7.30pm, in the Committee Room at the Friends Meeting House, Clarendon Street NG1 5JD. All welcome. Our membership covers the Greater Nottingham area. Contact details are at www.nottfoe.gn.apc.org/contacts.htm which also has recent newsletters.
For our current news archive click 'Latest news' above. Recent activities have included:
Information on previous campaigns can be found on our old website hosted by GreenNet.
See also our Facebook site for Friends of the Earth - Nottingham.
Nottingham Friends of the Earth is a licenced local group of Friends of the Earth England, Wales & Northern Ireland.
These local group pages are maintained by the groups themselves. Please contact the local group in the first instance.