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Save our fish stocks - reform the EU fisheries policy

Did you know that European fish stocks are now so depleted from overfishing that they only meet half our needs? The other half has to be imported from the rest of the world.

Friends of the Earth's marine campaign Marinet is working to reform the EU's common fisheries policy to:

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Bee Cause campaign

Nottingham Friends of the Earth is backing the national Bee Cause campaign. The main aim is to get the government to adopt a Bee Action Plan - to include policies on agriculture, conservation and planning.

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Nottingham Pro-Wind Alliance

Nottingham Pro-Wind Alliance was formed late in 2010 to support renewable energy proposals, particularly appropriately sited wind turbines, in the area around Greater Nottingham. It is a local branch of a wider regional Pro-Wind Alliance (ProWA) which is supported by Nottingham Friends of the Earth and a number of other organisations.

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'Keep the faith' in renewable energy, says Vernon Coaker

Government Minister Vernon Coaker, MP for Gedling, signs our graffiti wall - saying "Keep the faith it will happen". This was part of a national day of action in October 2008. MPs were asked to urge the Prime Minister not to wriggle out of a commitment to invest in renewable energy.

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STOP BIOFUELS TARGETS

East Midlands MEP Bill Newton-Dunn (centre) was lobbied by representatives from Friends of the Earth and Oxfam in June 2008.

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