Living close to a rubbish tip reduces house prices by 2.6%, research shows.
As world leaders are soon to debate the effects of climate change at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, Islamic Relief is teaming up with the University of Birmingham for an event on November 29.
Tammy Facey celebrates the improvements made in Wednesbury’s Brunswick Park
Day three and Boris is still the Man.
Petrol sales in the UK continued their steady decline during the first half of this year, the AA confirms from new government statistics.
Bird enthusiasts are being urged to book early for a day-long conference on ornithology – the first of its kind to be held in Birmingham.
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.
Poet & writer Helen Calcutt has been appointed the Clent Hills Writer in Residence, under the volunteer scheme with the National Trust.
Pakistan must act now to resolve its continued debilitating power shortages that are grinding industry to a halt and robbing the population of a basic necessity warns Dr Kamal Munir
A new power management project has saved Coventry University over £2,000 during its first month
Birmingham residents needn’t worry about the bank holiday upsetting their refuse collections.
Coventry University has been ranked in the top quarter of higher education institutions for its environmental performance in the People & Planet Green League 2012
Birmingham will play host to the International Working Conference on Applied Industrial Symbiosis (IWCAIS), which takes place for the first time next month.
Visitors to Winterbourne House and Garden will be invited to step back in time on Saturday 26th May, with a family event full of entertainment that evokes the Edwardian age.
Birmingham-based Zeshaan Ali expected his recent trip to Niger to be an “emotionally difficult journey”. He was right.
Birmingham Airport will save 22 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year with the installation of 200 solar panels on the roof of its terminal.
Coventry University joined with the Africa Programme at Chatham House to host an international conference on oil politics and sub-Saharan Africa.
If you can relax and unwind in a “bustling” atmosphere, then Whittlebury Hall is the spa experience for you, says Ros Dodd.
Alan Clawley explains how the PFI system defies economic logic.
Hydrogen car launch in Coventry heralds the future of green motoring
“No more pylons – no more windfarms”. Alan Clawley wonders where the leccy is going to be coming from.
‘New’ jobs might be created, but at what cost? wonders The Mushroom
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……
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.
Two Birmingham neighbourhoods are taking part in a ground breaking campaign to help businesses ‘go green.’