Leading the way with new electric bus fleet.
Two of the main parties commit to two of the Three Demands.
Climate to be debated at general election debate.
Sheilagh Matheson walks on an award-winning beach but has to pick her way through a wasteland of rubbish.
Airport publishes sustainability strategy and commits to net zero carbon.
Richard Lutz takes in the autumn.
New music featuring words of Greta Thunberg to receive world premiere in the city.
Extinction Rebellion Youth to host ‘die-in’ at Primark and HSBC New Street.
Connections available for “world’s most livable city”.
Perry Barr councillor Jon Hunt responds to the city council’s proposed transport initiatives.
Environmental conference to be held in Birmingham.
Agency celebrates contract win by spending two weeks driving electric.
Conservative group on city council slam plans to block roads.
Novel way to recycle unwanted books is coming to town.
IWA Birmingham, Black Country & Worcestershire Branch supports Pull, Snap, Stomp campaign.
Claim that sell-off is needed to help cover up city’s finances.
Fashion industry the focal point of new action.
Mayor missing opportunity for West Midlands “to lead Green Industrial Revolution” – claim.
Campaigners aim to block roads and disrupt business traffic.
Airborne bread delivery helps reduce impact on the natural world.
Funding announced to encourage more people to cycle to their local railway station.
Children’s charity to stage fundraising day.
New guide to help find rare species across Birmingham and the Black Country.
Council urged to explore different ways to reduce air pollution.
Richard Lutz is reduced to writing about garbage.
Airport staff raise awareness of environmental impact.
Tonik is the first UK energy supplier to offer and install Tesla Powerwall home battery.
Council to debate cross party motion to declare a climate emergency.
HS2 pop-up engagement space arriving in the West Midlands.
Further call to enable city to improve air quality.