OUR CAMPAIGNS

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THE CAMPAIGN FOR CLEAN AIR

We're campaigning to raise awareness of air pollution levels in St. Albans, and the health impacts for residents. We gathered over 500 signatures calling for action and presented the petition to the council in 2018...

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THE BEE CAUSE

Britain’s bees are in trouble. 35 UK bees species are under threat of extinction, and all species face serious threats. We're campaigning to introduce Pollinator Action Plans at the county level, as well as raising awareness of the problems these vital insects face...

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PLASTIC POLLUTION

Plastics are a major source of pollution, especially in the marine environment as Sir David Attenborough highlighted in his series Blue Planet 2. But there are easy changes we can make to help...

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CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate Change has been called an existential threat to the human race, and a "weapon of mass destruction". It's one of the most important environmental problems facing us all, and Friends of the Earth is at the forefront of campaigning for measures to reduce emissions...

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MEAT FREE

Livestock farming is one of the biggest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions globally, and is responsible for a multitude of environmental problems including desertification and pollution from animal waste. Going "meat free" for even one day a week can make a huge difference...

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MORE TREES PLEASE

Trees and forests not only provide homes for whole communities of animals, but they also provide us with beautiful places where we can enjoy nature and find peace. Trees also have a major part to play in combating climate change as they can absorb some of the carbon dioxide that we emit...

ABOUT US >

Here at St.Albans and District Friends of the Earth we’re keen to do what we can to improve our environment here and in the rest of the world. We’re a small, friendly group who meet once a month. 

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