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Dear friends, On the 7th March 2015 there looks set to be an impressive march (Time To Act) calling for real action on climate change, building on the excellent turnout in September at the People’s Climate March. With the general election fast approaching there is even more importance to ensuring that climate change is not […]
What strategies and policies should the environmental movement be focusing on? Robin Hahnel, radical economist and environmental activist, is joined by Derek Wall from the Green Party to discuss environmental strategy going forward, evaluating current programmes and what “we” should be doing in preparation for COP 21 in Paris in December 2015.
‘Bhopal: Facing 30’ is the culmination of a photographic project that portrays the site of the 1984 Bhopal disaster and the people that continued to be affected, with the book being produced to commemorate the 30th anniversary.
What is the greatest challenge facing humanity this century? The answer is, how we can produce the energy and resources we need without endangering the future of human life on the planet. And yet, there aren’t many books which present technical and political strategies for a rapid progress towards a safe planet – one powered […]
Tottenham & Wood Green Friends of the Earth See things differently Date of next meeting – Wednesday October 1st at 7.30 pm – all welcome. Phoenix Millennium Centre, 386 West Green Road N15 – entrance in Vincent Road. Ring Quentin on 07946 535656 if you can’t find it. If you are interested in […]
The World Leaders’ Climate Summit in New York this September will be a key moment in the fight against climate change. The march organised in New York aims to be the biggest climate demonstration the US has ever seen, and over 900 solidarity events are planned globally on the same weekend. The Campaign against Climate […]
We spoke to local author John Cowsill, who’s forthcoming book Safe Planet comes out on the 26th September. Why did you write this book? My next door neighbour asked me that question two years ago. ‘Anger’ was my initial one word reply. The anger is rooted in the knowledge that the world has enough resources […]