Birmingham campaigners target HSBC billboards over ‘climate colonialism’.
Greenpeace Birmingham hosts online event on the future of transport.
Report “must not gather dust on a shelf”
Friends of the Earth call for no effing in Birmingham.
Call for council to invest in cycling.
The Government must take urgent action to protect declining bee populations by supporting European Commission proposals next Monday
Students at the University of Birmingham and Birmingham residents are being invited to put questions to Steve McCabe MP and a panel of speakers.
Neil Rami welcomes the Chancellor’s support for Lord Heseltine’s proposals
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.
Birmingham FoE is hosting an event which takes people’s opinions and directs them into a discussion on action for a sustainable future which works for everyone.
Birmingham Friends of the Earth present the ‘City of the Future’ event, 20th March at Birmingham’s Council House
“Throwing billions of pounds at roads and dirty energy will increase our dependency on gas, coal and oil and lock cash-strapped homes and businesses into spiraling fuel bills.”
Birmingham Friends of the Earth calls for a scrapping of all biofuel targets
One of the most controversial topics of our time will at last get a “fair and balanced hearing” on Monday at an event organised by Birmingham Friends of the Earth
On the face of it today’s budget looks good for business but failed to win support from Friends of the Earth
£15m funding bid for Birmingham Internationals’ expansion plan was rejected