Richard Lutz grabs a handful of meadowsweet and delivers his last food parcel.
Richard Lutz wanders through the dying embers of Lockdown Land.
From Sir Howard’s hot desk at the La Hula 69 Bar in Las Vegas
Grant aid for groups to help struggling species.
Nature lovers are being asked to check their gardens for tigers in a bid to help conservationists studying the effects of climate change on moth distribution.
Sir David Attenborough is urging the public to take part in the world’s largest butterfly count to assess if species are recovering after their worst year on record.
Redhall Jex is nearing completion of a nine month contract to build a bio-energy plant located within a new facility on the Aston University site in Birmingham.
The benefits of short food chains and local produce were the focus of an event on Wednesday 3 July organised by Coventry University’s Centre for Agroecology and Food Security
Marks and Spencer has today called on the Government to create a Bee Action Plan.
A course aiming to assist the international drive to protect the world’s tree population is once again being hosted by the University of Wolverhampton.
The UK’s largest Bee Summit aimed at tackling the causes of bee decline, will take place in London next Friday (28 June 2013), Friends of the Earth revealed today.
Anna Rose writes a timely reminder of a tasty product that requires fewer delivery miles to arrive on our menus.
Anna Rose brings news of National Vegetarian Week and some thoughts on how easy it is to explore epicurian serendipity.
New research by the University of Reading shows that the West Midlands Long-Horned Bee is holding on to its northernmost stronghold and is restricted to just a few small areas.
There are just two days to go until bird lovers across the world come together for the annual celebration of nature’s ode to joy when songbirds fill the air with music as the sun comes up.
Yesterday’s decision to introduce EU-wide restrictions on neonicotinoid insecticides linked to bee decline is a significant victory for bees and common sense, said Friends of the Earth.
The Government must take urgent action to protect declining bee populations by supporting European Commission proposals next Monday
Gardeners are being urged to create bee-friendly gardens and play their part in safeguarding these threatened pollinators
Washout 2012 was the worst year for UK butterflies on record with 52 out of the 56 species monitored suffering declines, a scientific study today revealed.
Food growing sites around the city (and beyond) will be opening their doors, gates, sheds and greenhouses to offer locals a look inside and the chance take part in a mass food growing event
Birmingham Friends of the Earth are funding High Orchard Community and Balsall Heath is Our Planet to create wildflower havens for local bees
As the demand for meat rises inexorably, Anna Rose explains why this doesn’t have to be the case.
This March will mark a year since Birmingham and the Black Country were awarded Nature Improvement Area status.
The abundance of the UK’s larger moths has crashed during the past 40 years with three species becoming extinct in the last decade, a major scientific report reveals today.
Ethical businesses from across the West Midlands will be providing food for thought at a seminar in Birmingham next month.
Bee numbers in Britain have fallen dramatically in recent years and Birmingham Friends of the Earth intend to save them; with a little help from a few very funny people.
Tammy Facey went shopping for fish…. and became embroiled in the Common Fisheries Policy.
The region’s food lovers are set for a patriotic feast this summer.
Moseley Farmers’ Market on the outskirts of Birmingham has been named the 2012 UK Farmers’ Market of the Year
Alan Clawley comes face to face with the realities of a ‘low carbon’ economy: “What’s in it for me?”