Gloucestershire Friends of the Earth believe that there needs to be a fundamental change in dealing with waste to enable the responsibility of decision making and action to be within small local communities. Continue reading »

In an article entitled: Friends of the Earth campaigner calls for Government to end PFI investment in ‘dying’ incineration technology MRW reports on a recent presentation delivered by senior Friends of the Earth campaigner Dr Michael Warhurst. Continue reading »

On Tuesday the 15th of June activists from Leicester Friends of the Earth, Loughborough Friends of the Earth, the Shepshed Anti-incinerator Group (SAIG) and the Ellistown & Battleflat lobbied Leicestershire County Council’s cabinet meeting, to urge them to think again about plans for a giant incinerator to burn the County’s waste. Continue reading »

Scottish communities are giving up rubbish for lent in an effort to reduce Scotland’s waste mountain.

As part of a new 2010 challenge volunteers across Scotland are pledging to ‘slim their bins’ and reduce their home waste by at least 25%.

The ‘Home Waste Challenge 2010′, part of Friends of the Earth Scotland’s (FoES) national waste prevention campaign, has already attracted over 30 households to participate. Each one is monitoring their rubbish bin over a week and taking easy steps to help them use less of the world’s resources.

Rosiaina Browning, FoES’ Waste Prevention Co-ordinator, said:

Lent is the ideal time for people to start the Home Waste Challenge. Giving up waste is an original idea to try and is something fun and creative the whole family can take part in. Just by simply reducing food waste the average household can save up to £430 per year whilst helping protect our environment against climate change.

Friends of the Earth Office staff are also practising what they preach and have all started the “Home Waste Challenge” in their own households by taking simple actions such as stopping junk mail and using a compost bin.

The Home Waste Challenge will continue throughout 2010 with more and more Scottish households signing up to participate. People are invited to take part at

CREW (Communities Reducing Excess Waste) is Friends of the Earth Scotland’s waste prevention project which aims to reduce waste at source. It is available for small businesses, households and communities across Scotland.

Well, if you thought that the Summer of 2009 was gonna be a chance for waste campaigners to relax, think again… Continue reading »

An article published on WalesOnline entitled Friends of Earth rubbishes waste incineration plan describes FoE Cymru’s consultation submission to the draft Welsh waste strategy. Continue reading »

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