Razorlight’s Johnny Borrell sings the blues for Friends of the Earth as part of the Big Ask campaign.
Melting glaciers have swollen Himalayan lakes, increasing the risk of catastrophic flooding.
The Love Your Bike campaign encourages car drivers to swap four wheels for two. The Friends of the Earth campaign targets commuters and regular car users. Billboards, bus backs, posters and postcards carry the message ‘Burn calories, save cash, get there on time’.
The rapid spread of animal feed plantations across South America is wiping out rainforests and destroying the communities who’ve lived on the land for centuries. The Killing Fields lifts the lid on the battle to feed our factory farms.
Your council has a big part to play in tackling climate change. And you can make sure it gets serious about CO2. Watch this video to find out all about Friends of the Earth’s Get Serious About CO2 campaign. We’re calling for local action to cut carbon. It won’t just help prevent dangerous climate change, it will create jobs, slash people’s fuel bills and boost local economies.
In this interview Eleni Andreadis talks to Tony Juniper, Executive Director of Friends of the Earth, about his new book ‘Saving Planet Earth’. The book came out to accompany the BBC series this summer, 2007.
February 27th is International Polar Bear Day! In this film from Friends of the Earth, two polar bears muse about whether humans caused global warming…
Rapper Scroobius Pip and actor Bernard Wrigley are the star voices behind the charming tale of a cow who treks to South America to answer his son’s questions about where their food comes from. Soy Story highlights the environmental damage caused by Government-sponsored factory farming.