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An airport has been releasing almost 80,000 gallons of de-icer into a river every day this winter. Southend Airport has been pouring the chemical into Prittle Brook, which flows into the larger River Roach in Essex. Stobart, the airport’s owner, … Continue reading
Campaigners say concreting over flood plains would lead to regular flooding By IAN WEINFASS email@example.com BOSSES of a 120-year-old golf course fear for its future if plans to extend the area around Southend Airport go ahead. Golfers and management at … Continue reading
SEEFoE has helped set up the No Estuary Airport campaign, contributing towards the first public meeting in Leigh on Sea (10th Feb) and distribute materials alerting people to the huge threat posed by these proposals. Working with Friends of North … Continue reading
Friends of the Earth local groups from across Essex descended on the steps of County Hall, Chelmsford on Thursday, calling on ECC Leader Cllr Peter Martin and Cllr Kevin Bentley, new Cabinet member for waste, to dump the hugely costly … Continue reading
On 12th October, Friends of the Earth staff and local group members along with representatives of Living Streets and the National Trust gathered in Committee Room 18 at the Houses of Parliament to give MPs their views on the Localism … Continue reading
The environment is under pressure. From oil spills to floods and droughts, our natural world needs an independent voice. To make sure Friends of the Earth have enough funds to take on big polluters, South East Essex Friends of the … Continue reading
Residents of Leigh-on-Sea joined forces today to protest against proposals to build on greenbelt land near Leigh station. Havens Hospices want to build a new £15m hospice on the site, but there are many brownfield sites in the area that … Continue reading
A government adviser reviewing the school national curriculum is recommending that climate change be excluded from the science curriculum. We think that all young people need to learn about one of the biggest issues facing the planet. If you agree … Continue reading
Planning Inspector Elizabeth Fieldhouse published her decision to allow the appeal and grant planning permission for the Middlewick wind farm on 19th May. In her 31-page report, the inspector concludes that the benefits of the wind farm outweigh the disadvantages, … Continue reading
SEEFoE member Jon Fuller reports on his experiences at the recent consultation event on the Essex Local Transport Plan.