Coventry University has been awarded a series of accolades in recognition of its green credentials
A former Coventry University student is setting his sights on breaking the record for the world’s quickest electric motorcycle.
Birmingham Yardley MP John Hemming has pledged his support for renewable energy and green jobs across the West Midlands
Students at the University of Birmingham and Birmingham residents are being invited to put questions to Steve McCabe MP and a panel of speakers.
A million pound project to help West Midlands companies benefit from green technology has been launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
Peter Hansford, the UK government’s newly appointed chief construction advisor, visited Coventry University as part of his first week in post to see what the institution is doing to help drive forward the low carbon construction industry.
11 new low-carbon ventures have qualified for Birmingham Science Park’s Venture Support programme
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.
Coventry University students are gearing up for a very different kind of racing challenge
To mark the launch of Climate Week 2012 (12-18 Mar), mac birmingham will be screening The Age of Stupid
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.
Birmingham Airport will save 22 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year with the installation of 200 solar panels on the roof of its terminal.
The Niche Innovation Scheme is offering small and medium enterprises in the region a selection of research and development grants…
Alan Clawley comes face to face with the realities of a ‘low carbon’ economy: “What’s in it for me?”
The Court of Appeal will today hear the Government’s challenge to last month’s High Court ruling that its solar subsidy cuts are illegal.
Throughout January, Veolia Environmental Services (Birmingham City Council’s waste contractors) are encouraging residents to recycle their Christmas tree
Plans are afoot to give JRR Tolkien’s childhood playground a new lease of life – and generate some electricity.
Twelve apprenticeship opportunities have been created in waste management to support young people into employment and training.
Electric car drivers can now travel from Birmingham to Liverpool and Manchester without fear of running out of power
National Express West Midlands and Centro recently unveiled their new state of the art hybrid buses at Birmingham’s Botanical Gardens.
An EU-funded project has been set up to encourage West Midlands-based organisations to adopt novel ‘green’ technologies and methods.
The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide £150m of long-term funding to Vattenfall for the Thanet Offshore Wind Farm.
A recent graduate of Transport and Product Design from Coventry University has made it through to the final six of the prestigious Autocar-Courland Next Generation Award, a ‘Dragon’s Den’-style competition for talented young automotive designers. Callum Nash, 24, from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, put forward his radical idea for a new take on personal transportation…
Birmingham will host a prestigious conference and exhibition on solar power later this month.
LWM launch of Green Deal & Fuel Poverty report
Birmingham Friends of the Earth calls for a scrapping of all biofuel targets
Hydrogen car launch in Coventry heralds the future of green motoring
The Mushroom highlights conflict in existing and planned planning law.
“No more pylons – no more windfarms”. Alan Clawley wonders where the leccy is going to be coming from.