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Why has the Chancellor just whacked a great big carbon tax on renewable electricity?
After years of refusing to let it borrow, George Osborne has announced that the UK’s Green Investment Bank (GIB) is to be privatised.
Think of a really really large amount of money. Now double it. Now double it again. Have you reached ten trillion US dollars?
Vote "no" to fracking.
Yesterday, thanks to public pressure from across Europe, the major parties in the EU parliament were forced to postpone a planned vote on TTIP.
There’s a big anti-austerity march happening on Saturday 20 June – and Friends of the Earth will be there. Here’s five reasons why.
Friends of the Earth has published major new research which sets out the environmental impact of making the products we use every day.
Vast amounts of imported resources make everything from the food we eat to the device you’re reading this article on.
OK, so I’ll tell you #whatmatterstome, Twitter, since you asked. But you might not like it.
Last Saturday was the Global Day of Action on Trade with 100s of actions around the world. Read and see what we got up to around the country.
In this guest blog Adrian Bebb takes apart the European Commission’s new TTIP PR offensive, one currant at a time.
With three weeks to go to the election, where do recent announcements leave the main parties on the critical issue of resource efficiency?
Sharknado and why you should join the solar revolution.
When businesses and engineers team up with Friends of the Earth to demand better policies, you can’t help but pay attention.
Help save recycling jobs
How some business trade associations are undermining climate policy.
Osborne gives £1.3bn to big oil. But doesn't even mention climate change once.
Since coming to power in 2010 the Chancellor has given over £3 billion in tax breaks to mega-rich oil companies.
Our dirty, unfair economy has the wrong priorities. How long do you think people will go on standing for it?
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.
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