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Friends of the Earth Scotland

Friends of the Earth Scotland

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Postcode Green Trust


Frankie Boyle and KT Tunstall

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Friends of the Earth Scotland is a campaign charity that has a vision of a world where everyone can enjoy a healthy environment and a fair share of the Earth's resources.


Friends of the Earth Scotland is

  • Scotland's leading environmental campaigning organisation

  • An independent Scottish charity with a network of thousands of supporters and active local groups across Scotland

  • Part of the largest grassroots environmental network in the world, uniting over 2 Million supporters, 77 national member groups, and some 5,000 local activist groups - covering every continent.


Friends of the Earth Scotland exists to help people in Scotland look after the planet for everyone's future. They think globally and act locally in Scotland, delivering solutions to climate change by enabling and empowering people to take both individual and collective action.


Support from players of People's Postcode Lottery will enable the organisation to upscale their renewables projects aiming to reduce carbon emissions and employ a Community Power project officer position.


You can help Friends of the Earth Scotland continue its important work in Scotland. For more information please visit To help support their work, sign up now to People’s Postcode Lottery.


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Head Office Address

Thorn House

5 Rose Street



Tel: 0131 243 2700

Fax: 0131 243 2725



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