Friends of the Earth Pembrokeshire
Friends of the Earth is the world’s most extensive grassroots network working for environmental justice – that means ensuring a fair share for everyone now and in the future while looking after our planet.
Pembrokeshire Friends of the Earth has achieved many successes since it was set up in 1987.
- Establishing recycling facilities
- Instigating legal action over the Sea Empress oil spill
- Defeating proposals to burn orimulsion at Pembroke power station
- Successfully opposing the dualling of the A40
- Lobbying for the Climate Change Act
- Actively supported the successful application for the Wear Point wind-farm
- Persuaded the EC to investigate the wasteful and damaging new power station at Pembroke
As well as campaigning on local issues, we’ve supported many FoE national and international campaigns over the years, lobbied politicians, given countless talks to all sorts of groups, organised public meetings/ exhibitions, encourage people to adopt greener lifestyles, and consistently ensured that environmental issues are featured prominently in the local media.
Hermon Community Resource Centre