Campaigners from Birmingham Friends of the Earth will launch their new campaign Let’s Get Moving today with a stunt outside Birmingham Town Hall.
Wheelie bins are hitting the streets of Birmingham in a campaign funded by tax payers. John Duckers has come up with other ideas for those pesky plastic uber bins.
The Supreme Court has today ruled that the UK Government is failing in its legal duty to protect Brummies from the harmful effects of air pollution.
Alan Clawley shares some views of Birmingham’s semi-subterranean pedestrian history.
Laurence Inman went to Birmingham and discovered that something was missing.
11 new low-carbon ventures have qualified for Birmingham Science Park’s Venture Support programme
The Wildlife Trust commissioned an economic evaluation of the benefits arising from the works supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Natural England, Advantage West Midlands and other funders.
Birmingham Friends of the Earth Bee Activity Day, Saturday 28 July
The city council’s aspiration for Birmingham to become one of the world’s leading green cities will be spearheaded by a Green Commission, officially launched yesterday.
The Balsall Heath Neighbourhood Plan is Going on public display.
Birmingham celebrates the buildings & people that make the city
Birmingham’s growing reputation as a food and drink mecca has received another boost.
“Why go to Venice…when you can go to Birmingham?” wins VisitEngland’s Travel Article of the Year
Alan Clawley on the limited value of Environment Impact Assessments on town planning
Birmingham Friends of the Earth present the ‘City of the Future’ event, 20th March at Birmingham’s Council House
A family day of fun and a chance to learn about sustainability issues.
Andy Munro reports on another round of man against nature.
Visitors to Birmingham’s largest park have been warned to stay on their guard after the discovery of potentially dangerous substances.
On September 22nd a new cycling revolution will hit the streets of Birmingham,
If I was to offer you a glass of water saying; “Incidentally it’s poisoned……
The fifth annual Birmingham Lives Local History Fair takes place this coming Sunday
Alan Clawley has been asking searching questions and receiving some confusing answers on the redevelopment of Birmingham’s Paradise Forum.
Next week will see the city hosting several events focused on this ever-concerning subject.
The city is due to host another important convention, this time on one of the most important topics facing us all.