Monthly Archives: August 2014

1000’s Of Huge Spaces Crying Out For Solar Power

Friends of the Earth have reacted to new figures released by the Government yesterday, showing that just 49 large solar rooftop systems have been accredited under the UK’s feed-in tariff in the last six months. Friends of the Earth’s Renewable … Continue reading

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Bumblebees Most Spotted In Great British Bee Count

Yellow and black bumblebees have been the most common species seen by people logging bee sightings for The Great British Bee Count this summer, using a smartphone app developed by Friends of the Earth, Buglife and B&Q, interim results released … Continue reading

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Are Current Farming Methods Risking Boom Or Bust With Food Supplies?

The push for more intensive agriculture to feed a growing global population risks ecological “boom and bust” according to four of the country’s leading ecologists, writing for Friends of the Earth’s “Big Ideas Change the World” project. In a damning … Continue reading

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