Here's a look at our natural world and the ways people shape it. First stop, Little Plumpton.
Another big thank you to everyone who flooded the Environment Agency's inbox with requests to put the brakes on fracking at Little Plumpton.
We think it would be a disgrace if Cuadrilla started drilling without a full 12 months of groundwater testing. And thousands of you agree. If you've not yet alerted the Environment Agency, it only takes a minute.
In other news, our sources tell us the government is about to announce a 25 year plan for the natural environment – so here's a look at our natural world and the ways people shape it. Starting with your next holiday destination...
FANCY A NO-FLY HOLIDAY?
Holidays often conjure up images of jetting off to a sunny resort. But does every adventure have to start at the airport? Read our tips and tell us your own.
The local community is doing everything it can do put the brakes on Cuadrilla’s drills. This is their story.
That's it from me. I'm leaving for pastures new at the end of next week, so thanks for reading E-News over the past few months. I've had a great time keeping in touch with you.
Li-Anne Nixon, E-News Editor
IN LOVING MEMORY
Next Friday marks the first anniversary of the murder of Berta Cáceres in Honduras. An indigenous, environmental and human rights activist, Berta is one of many women who has inspired Friends of the Earth over the years.
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