The British public are big fans of onshore wind power. But the government don't get it. Will you stand up for onshore wind?
Onshore wind is cheap, clean and popular. But the government’s blocked it. Meanwhile, fossil fuels like fracking are being forced through the system - even when communities say no.
It’s time to send the government an urgent message about the kind of future we want. Sign the petition to join us in calling for the government to make the rules fair. Let’s show them that the British public want wind power back where it belongs - at the front of the fight against climate change.
Some of the most common criticisms of wind power and the best way to answer.
Find out how much electricity is being generated from UK wind turbines right now.
The government is doing it’s best to stop onshore wind in its tracks. This is how.
But there's still time to change their minds...
We just delivered a letter to climate minister Claire Perry demanding she back onshore wind. 19000 of you stood with us.
The government's ban on onshore wind turbines has meant a 94% drop in applications for new projects. Write to your MP.
Give some shares in a community wind turbine this Christmas! Your loved one will get a great return on investment for 20 years, and everyone will get to enjoy a bit more renewable energy.
Your local planning department is probably not where you go to get your lols. But maybe it should be...
The planning system is rigged against onshore wind. Communities who want to build it aren't allowed. We're calling on the government to make the system fair.
A beautiful poem about wind power written by a 10:10 supporter.
Turns out 65% of people would be happy to live within five miles of a wind farm.
Co-operatively owned, super cheap wind turbines are the order of the day in Germany.
Last week Mean Moor wind farm was owned by a company. Now it's co-operatively owned by the community!
We took at trip to Westminster to try to give shares in a community wind coop to communities and local government minister Sajid Javid.
Local energy is the future. But the Big Six don’t like it. Now they’ve used their influence over the regulator, Ofgem, to make yet another stand against the tide of change.
Check out some of the coolest stories of wind power from around the world.
With most of the election manifestos now out, we thought you might be wondering what (or if) they tell us about the parties’ positions on onshore wind.
Support for onshore wind just hit the highest levels ever recorded. Basically people <3 wind.
Together, we've been asking the government to give wind power financial support. But that's not the only problem wind turbines are facing.
33,000 of us wanted the government to back onshore wind and solar in the budget. This is what the chancellor said.
Ever had a picnic ruined by a surprise summer shower?
This Valentine's Day we swapped red roses for pink pinwheels to show our love for onshore wind.
Last week we asked you to help Resilient Energy fund their high court appeal. Boy, did you deliver.
Download our pinwheel making kit and then show you love wind by making some on Valentine's Day!
If only the government would let them...
Last year we asked the government to give onshore wind financial support. They didn't say no... but they didn't say yes either. So we need to keep the pressure high.
The government want to kick onshore wind off our shores. But their solution not only takes away our cheapest low carbon tech, but drags solar down with it.
It's great news that coal is dropping like a stone in our energy mix. But what is picking up the slack?
Last autumn, 18,000 of us asked the government to support onshore wind. This is what they government said back.
Positive news alert! Four great things that happened on climate change this week.
Show off your love of wind power with a bit of Christmas tree craft.