Training the urban conservationists of the future.
Edgbaston garden celebrates as green space wins a Green Flag Award.
Call for Birmingham city council to commit to action on climate change.
Richard Lutz wanders towards autumn.
Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust celebrating fortieth anniversary with fundraiser.
Activists “following Boris Johnson’s advice” to protest destruction of ancient woodland.
Majority of Midlands workers planning a mixed working style.
WMAS launches the first 100% electric emergency ambulance in the UK.
Claims that work has already begun affecting wildlife haunts.
Richard Lutz goes for a lockdown stroll.
Guerilla artists install climate change parody car adverts across English billboards.
Birds of prey give patient a day to remember.
Work to start on Birmingham Botanical Gardens’ historic bandstand.
“Labour seek to water down climate commitments and continue to punish workers instead” – claim.
120 jobs to be created in green transport scheme.
Extinction Rebellion calls for HSBC to stop funding fossil fuel and invest in alternative futures.
“Not worth the cost,” claim campaigners.
Martineau Gardens receives funding for therapeutic horticulture.
You can have the blues for the rest of the summer.
“We are not going far enough, fast enough” – claim.
New lease of life for West Midlands rail line as volunteers step forward.
Martineau Gardens are finalists in Persimmon Homes’ Building Futures.
Hearing set to decided fate of Extinction Rebellion member.
Call for action on environment.
Green tents hope for international competition.
Richard Lutz reviews images looking west each evening .
Free parking and improvements to pedestrian access needed to sustain retail sector.
Explore the wonders of urban wildlife with The Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust.
Richard Lutz wanders through the Lands of Lockdown.
Richard Lutz wanders through the Land of Lockdown.