What does a Biden presidency mean for climate?

Published:  25 Nov 2020    |      Last updated:  20 Jan 2021    |      4 minute read
Donald Trump's final days in power marked an extraordinary new low in US politics. With the now twice impeached ex-President finally out of the White House, what does a Biden presidency mean for climate, anti-racism and international co-operation? Head of Politics, Dave Timms, assesses.

Flooding in the UK

Published:  21 Aug 2017    |      Last updated:  18 Jan 2021
What is the link between flooding and climate change? And what is Friends of the Earth doing about flooding in the UK?

Our CEOs Miriam Turner and Hugh Knowles

Published:  18 May 2020    |      Last updated:  18 Nov 2020    |      1 minute read
Miriam Turner and Hugh Knowles are interim co-CEOs at Friends of the Earth,. Following a successful application in Autumn 2020, they will become permanent co-CEOs in January 2021.

Eco heating: what are the options?

Published:  11 Oct 2018    |      Last updated:  03 Nov 2020    |      10 minute read     |        |    Mike Childs
Are electric radiators green? Mike Childs, Head of Science, Policy and Research at Friends of the Earth, reviews the pros and cons of everything from storage heaters to biomass boilers to heat pumps and more.

Toxic trade timeline

Published:  23 Apr 2020    |      Last updated:  13 Oct 2020    |      4 minute read
How can we stop the UK government rushing through dangerous trade deals with the US? Trade Campaigner Kierra Box highlights key moments and correspondence between government and Friends of the Earth over a forthcoming trade deal.

Is your money funding fossil fuel projects?

Published:  28 Feb 2020    |      Last updated:  08 Sep 2020    |      4 minute read     |        |    Fran Hunter
Over the past decade, a little known government agency has been using UK taxpayers’ money to finance oil and gas projects abroad. We look at what this means for local communities and climate breakdown.