Rugby FoE is a Friends of the Earth local group. This means that we act independently of national Friends of the Earth, but with substantial support from them. We campaign on local environmental issues as well as taking part in nationally organised events and campaigns.

Current local environmental issues include the plans for Windfarms nearby. Global climate change is the single biggest environmental threat facing the planet and so Friends of the Earth campaigns to promote green energy and oppose nuclear power.

Local campaigns have included the Anti-Airport Campaign to highlight the impact Transport has on the environment, such as by airport expansion.

Photo of a wind turbine at Burton Wold taken by MH in 2008

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About Friends of the Earth:

There are over 200 Friends of the Earth local groups in the UK (including nine in Scotland). Our local group has regular monthly meetings on the second Wednesday of every month. The local groups provide useful input into research and policy development on issues related to sustainable development and also assist in using this intelligence to lobby policy-makers in business and the public sector on issues like;

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