Warehouse News

Over the last two months, one of the biggest pieces of work that has been going on around The Warehouse has been outside the building. Some of the money raised at last year’s There’s Something Funny In The Honey comedy fundraising gig was earmarked for...

Birmingham Climate Justice: time for radical action

By Kara Moses Something exciting is happening in the environmental movement. Fracking, Balcombe and the spectacular Reclaim the Power camp have sparked something. Excitement. Inspiration. Debate. Action. Perhaps it’s too early to tell, but I’m quietly...

Put Your Money Where Your Ethics Are

Even the greenest of us sometimes put off certain decisions that are as powerful a way of showing our opinions as campaigning – consumer power. It took me a while to break with the bank I was with from my student days and had never given me any problems in terms of...

Local Air Quality Management Consultation

Last month, the Government released a consultation on the subject of air quality in the UK. This couldn’t have been more apt timing with our air pollution campaign getting underway but unfortunately the Government’s aims seem to be quite different to ours. Not only...

In the Media Oct 2013

 It’s been a quieter couple months on the media front recently.  However, the Government reducing or abolishing air quality monitoring gave us the opportunity for some media coverage during August. At the end of the month we got a short article into...