Richard Lutz reports on a £20 million shortfall for the reopening of the Camp Hill rail line.
Work improves water quality and environment for wildlife and people.
Black Country takes another step toward leading a clean growth revolution.
Richard Lutz gets busy…
Dispose of your Christmas tree and help Birmingham hospice.
Richard Lutz is blown away by the flags that blow away.
Business hots up for eco-friendly firewood retailer.
Sound walks and interactive walking maps encouraging reimagination of local places.
Region’s biggest Treecycling scheme is back for its tenth year.
Richard Lutz joins a food queue and ponders the mistletoe.
Bringing nature back to Birmingham’s river valleys.
Richard Lutz finds a perfect sky.
International e-bike business on track for UK expansion.
Plans afoot to boost biodiversity in south Birmingham’s parks.
New app provides programme of attractions for family visits.
Martineau Gardens wins Bees’ Needs Award.
Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust benefits from mayor’s charity.
Fradley Wood Tree protectors preventing HS2 from felling woodland.
Richard Lutz recovers. Slowly ……
16-years-old from Lichfield stopped HS2 machine “to protect the trees”.
Birmingham campaigners target HSBC billboards over ‘climate colonialism’.
Proposed line “commits crimes against nature” claim by campaign group.
Richard Lutz saunters through a little path of heaven in the changing weather.
Greenpeace Birmingham hosts online event on the future of transport.
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.