Buy Nothing Day

Next Sunday the 25th will see Camden FoE holding it’s monthly Buy Nothing Day. As an effort to better understand and consider our consumption levels in day-to-day life (and of course the need for them to change drastically in order to achieve environmental sustainability), we Camden FoE members pledge to -as far as reasonably possible-

North London’s waste

Following on from our recent waste & recycling campaigning – asking David Cameron to talk half as much rubbish – Camden Friends of the Earth responded to the consultation on the North London Waste Plan. The North London Waste Plan sets out a plan to manage the waste of seven north London boroughs; Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Hackney,

Talking rubbish

We’re “talking rubbish” in this week’s Camden New Journal (19/5/2011): New, costly, waste incinerators are not the answer to the waste that blight’s Camden’s streets (Why waste incinerators are a real disaster, 12 May). The ‘Carrots and Sticks’ report released by the London Assembly this week says that in London we have the lowest recycling