Hackney and Tower Hamlets Friends of the Earth are looking for a new meeting place! As from February 2014 we will no longer be able to use our usual venue.
We are looking for somewhere fairly quiet we can meet once a month (currently, we meet on the second Monday), ideally at 6.30-8pm on a Monday evening. We can be flexible about the day of the week but the timings are more difficult as some people have quite long distances to travel and a 6.30 start works best. Our…
At a packed public meeting organised by Hackney and Tower Hamlets Friends of the Earth, at the Shoreditch Trust on 27th February, Hackney South and Shoreditch MP Meg Hillier pledged her support for amendments to the Energy Bill currently going through Parliament:
The letter below has been sent to the Hackney Gazette and Hackney Citizen from Hackney & Tower Hamlets Friends of the Earth and Sustainable Hackney, in support of local activists whom EDF Energy are threatening to sue for protesting and occupying chimneys at a power station:…
With the increasing congestion on the Regent's canal towpath, plans are afoot to develop alternative cycling routes that run parallel to the canal, all the way from Camden, through Islington and Hackney to Tower Hamlets. The Canal and River Trust is leading the project, with the involvement of the London Cycling Campaign, and Friends of the Earth local groups.
See BBC news story and…Continue