Clear- Sky Thinking Needed

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CLEAR SKY THINKING NEEDED On Monday the cabinet meeting at Birmingham City Council will meet to discuss whether to plough £16 million of tax-payers’ money into moving a road to make BIA’s runway extension possible....

Extremist? Moi?

The Birmingham Post ran an editorial yesterday attacking our position on the runway extension at BIA and stating, amongst other things, “how out of touch they are with the real world” and asking us to come clean about our agenda. Now when I was on the...

The Green Spring Fair, Moseley 24th April

Alongside the Moseley Swap Shop we are running a green spring fare, to welcome the spring after quite a long and snowy winter. So the weather is getting better, the plants are getting greener come and celebrate the arrival of spring with us! This St Georges day...

Aviation is not the way forward for our nation

We’ve recently had to step up our aviation campaigning as the issue has stormed back into the headlines. We ran a high-profile campaign against the runway extension at BIA called flyagra which highlighted the many problems with extending the runway, while trying...

The Green Industrial Revolution at last?

Last month Jonathon Porritt was in Birmingham to deliver a free lecture to the Lunar society and other guests who applied to attend. As he’d been director of Friends of the Earth in the 1980s (as well as holding many other high-ranking posts within the...