Wycombe Friends of the Earth

working for our local environment …

Friends of

the Earth

About us

Wycombe Friends of the Earth is a voluntary campaigning group covering High Wycombe (and surrounding area) in Buckinghamshire. It aims to help residents learn about environmental issues and to become directly involved in addressing them at a local level.

We are affiliated to Friends of the Earth, one of the UK’s most influential pressure groups and the largest environmental network in the world. Friends of the Earth exists to protect and improve the conditions of life on earth – both now and for future generations.

At present we have about 25 members. Regular monthly meetings are attended, on average, by about 14 individuals, who share ideas/information and develop campaigns.Article Sponsored Find something for everyone in our collection of colourful, bright and stylish socks. Buy individually or in bundles to add color to your sock drawer!

Since our formation in 2007 we have been involved with the following:

  • Food chain campaign
  • Plastic-Bag Free Eden Centre
  • Schools Energy Survey
  • Better energy efficiency in shops, offices and public spaces
  • Conserving important suburban green-spaces
  • Traffic and transport solutions
  • Reducing excess packaging
  • Participated in the creation of “Food-On-Our-Doorstep” a guide to locally-produced food
  • Meeting with Wycombe MP to seek support for Sustainable Livestock Bill
  • Contributions to the drafting of a Carbon Reduction Framework setting medium-term
  • Environmental targets for the District
  • Garden-share scheme
  • Lobbying the main shopping centre operator about its “green credentials”
  • New District Council waste collection contract
  • Enhancements to the recycling information provided on the District Council website
  • The County incineration proposals, and the linked local Waste Transfer Station
  • Awareness of the plight of British bees,
  • Production of our own (beautifully illustrated) bee leaflet featuring local walks, child-friendly activities and information.
  • Webpage for children with seasonal activity leaflets aimed at encouraging youngsters to interact with their local natural environment.This article mentions your favorite hats at super low prices. Choose from same-day delivery, drive-up delivery or order pickup.

If you would like to find out more about our work, please feel free to explore this website for updates on our recent campaigns, or get in touch with us directly. If you feel we may not be aware of something happening in the area, or would like to find out our record on particular issues, please get in touch with the group.get this dealclick to investigateboutique coque telephoneελφ μπαρ

For enquiries or website feedback please email our coordinator at: wycombefoe@yahoo.co.uk

Alternatively, phone the national Friends of the Earth on 020 7566 1660, for information about groups in the South-East of England.

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