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The landscape around Stonehenge is one of the most remarkable places on Earth.
In spite of the odds, wind power is going from strength to strength – which is why it has never been more important for us to speak out and back local projects if we want to do our bit to tackle climate change.
Success: beavers to stay in the wild
Drilling under our homes – a resident speaks
Help get fracking in the papers
Can the UK emulate other countries who've put fracking on hold? People power is making a difference.
Public out in force to hear about fracking in Lancashire
People across the country have been taking action for bees this September
We march for action on climate change.
Local people link up to save bees.
Tips for creating a wildlife haven.
It’s funny how life works out, isn’t it? When I wrote a blog last year all about being awarded £1000 funding to plant wildflowers I didn’t quite imagine the result.
More than 50 local groups hit the streets on the sunniest day of the year to take Run on Sun into the community.
Award-winning bee documentary available to local groups and the public.
7 inspiring environmental films.
It’s in my job description that I have to wear a daft costume at least once a year. See if you can spot me in the picture…
A fantastic first year for Young Friends of the Earth
All about our consultation to improve dialogue and influence within our local group network.
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