Richard Lutz looks back over the past few days.
Richard Lutz reports on a new campaign to keep Britain’s wild places untainted
Birmingham Airport has today published its response to the Airports Commission’s challenge to deliver aviation capacity in the long-term.
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.
2013 Festival of Archaeology encourages public to get ‘hands on with history’
A number of injuries have been reported in one of the Midlands’ biggest-ever peacetime blazes.
Government plans revealed today for the introduction of a National Pollinator Strategy to tackle the rapid decline of Britain’s bees and other pollinating insects have been given a cautious welcome by Friends of the Earth.
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.
Coventry University has been awarded a series of accolades in recognition of its green credentials
11 new start-up businesses have been enrolled onto Innovation Birmingham Campus’ Low Carbon Incubator Programme.
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
Samsung Electronics has admitted for the first time that it uses tin in its products that’s destroying tropical forests, killing coral and wrecking the lives of communities
Savvy students from Tile Cross have helped to secure funding from Birmingham Airport, in a bid to improve facilities at their school.
MWA Technology is planning to celebrate its 20th birthday in style in this month, when it heads for its largest ever appearance at Sustainability Live 2013
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.
Up to €20,000 will be awarded to selected entrepreneurial companies that participate in the Low Carbon Incubator Programme 2013
Crest Nicholson Regeneration will be hosting a special open weekend aimed directly at those people looking to take their first steps onto the property ladder
Birmingham Yardley MP John Hemming has pledged his support for renewable energy and green jobs across the West Midlands
This March will mark a year since Birmingham and the Black Country were awarded Nature Improvement Area status.
The Government has today backed Ofgem‟s countdown to simpler, clearer and fairer energy market.
Students at the University of Birmingham and Birmingham residents are being invited to put questions to Steve McCabe MP and a panel of speakers.
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.
US expert to share insights and issues for future with Midlands aerospace community
With Arctic conditions roaring in, Dave Woodhall wonders whether the city will be prepared.
Grass-feeding butterflies defied the second wettest year on record to enjoy a bumper 2012 across the UK countryside, according to a new scientific survey.