Here are the latest updates on our Natural Resources work.
We're one step closer to corporate accountability
January was meat free, but is steak back on the menu in February?
The first Oxford Bee Summit brought together a variety of Oxfordshire groups to collaborate on reversing the decline in bee numbers.
Is it enough to convince Vince?
Some biscuits are more equal than others
How land, water, carbon and material footprints can help create a more resource efficient Europe.
Good news from the Make It Better campaign
Help stop power stations incinerating forests
Your petition delivered to the Bees Minister’s office
We look at some of the biggest stories of the week from the worlds of politics, energy and the environment.
Creating spaces where bees can thrive
MEPs have the opportunity to speak up during the debates around the Make it Better law
Environmental organisations call for effective action
Tin mining in Bangka remains extremely harmful for miners and the environment – warns a working group containing leading mobile phone brands.
As it's National Tree Week, I wanted to find out more about why we should all love trees.
The award-winning nature diarist Esther Woolfson takes a walk along the Scottish coast at Balmedie in her guest blog post for Friends of the Earth. Read all her blogs here.
There comes a time when our homes have to be maintained or they become dysfunctional and you find yourself in a predicament.
Over 40 nature and conservation members of Wildlife and Countryside Link have assessed how the Government is doing on its 25 nature commitments in the 2010 coalition agreement.
Plans to trade off your wild spaces
The link between Trafalgar Square pigeons and climate change (yes, really)