Who do I contact about local issues?

The best thing you can do is to contact your local Friends of the Earth group. We have groups all over the country doing brilliant work in tackling issues in their area. You can find your nearest group using our interactive map.


How do I set up my own local group?

If you find that you don't have a local group that you can join in your area, then now's the time to set one up yourself. You don't need massive numbers of people attending, but the will and the passion to start is all you need.

You can speak to Rebecca Harford, Activism and Community Campaigns Officer, who can help you get kick started. Email [email protected]


Where do I find older resources?

You can use the search bar to look for specific topics, or browse the resources page.


What do Friends of the Earth Cymru work on?

Friends of the Earth Cymru campaign on environmental issues of national importance in Wales.


Where are Friends of the Earth Cymru based?

Friends of the Earth Cymru's office is in the heart of Cardiff City Centre. Visit the contact page for details.


How do I contact my local AM/MP/MEP etc?

Visit Write to Them and enter your postcode. It will then give you a list of your councillors, AMs, MP and other useful contacts.

If you are unsure who you need to contact Write to Them also has a guide on recommending who to contact on what issues.


I think FoE Cymru should be working on ‘X campaign’ but I can't find any info online. Why?

The Friends of the Earth Cymru ream consists of 4 staff, and a few volunteers. We try our best to cover as many issues as possible, but as you can imagine, it is impossible for us to do it all with such limited resources!

If it is a local issue that you are concerned about, then please take a look at our local groups as they might be already be working on the issue. If it is an issue of national scale and you feel that we should be aware of it, then you can email us on [email protected] and we will answer your query as soon as possible. But please bear in mind that we have limited resources.

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