Owing to a clash with a Jazz evening at Queens Hall Narberth, which we know many of you would like to go to including some of the committee.
We have postponed the AGM until after Christmas.
It will now be held on Thursday 18th January see below for details
Pembrokeshire Friends of the Earth AGM
Thursday 18th January, 6.45pm,
Seminar Room, Bloomfield, Narberth
Followed by refreshments and at 7.30pm a showing of
COWSPIRACY: The Sustainability Secret
Neil Jordon has worked as a gardener for many years. In these two articles, Building Soil with Carbon Dioxide and Working with Woody Heaps, he explains the value of composting and introducing carbon into our soils.
Following today’s announcement of new subsidies for renewable electricity  – called Contracts for Difference  – environmental campaign group Biofuelwatch  denounces a subsidies award for a large new biomass power station in Grangemouth, warning that this will fuel more forest destruction, more carbon emissions, and more air pollution.
Chris Jessop recently wrote to the Guardian to outline why Hinkley Point represents such a bad deal for the consumer and the environment.
Pembrokeshire is renowned for its stunning coastal scenery, varied wildlife and other aspects of its superb natural environment. Yet, over the last three decades, it has been in the front line of one environmental controversy after another, not least because of the presence of a large oil and gas industry at the heart of its coastal National Park. Pembrokeshire FoE has taken a lead role throughout, working closely with colleagues at the FoE Cymru and FoE London offices when extra support was needed.
From the setting up of a one-day a week paper recycling trailer in the town, in 1987, to the current campaign against proposals for large biomass and waste Gasification Plant in Blackbridge, Milford Haven, find out more about what the group has done over the last 30 years.