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Yesterday the Birmingham Post reported comments by Councillor Deirdre Alden, who argued against investment in cycling, saying that it was mainly young white males who cycle and it was a discriminatory...
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Over the past few months we have been doing research into the pollution levels on various Birmingham...
On Friday 18th July Andrew Mitchell MP met Birmingham Friends of the Earth campaigners at his cons...
Last Saturday blossomed with the opening of Birmingham's newest green space, the Digbeth Community...
Birmingham, along with several other cities, are looking to introduce measures, including low emissi...
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The UK Government has failed to suppress news that its plans to tackle air pollution in Birmingham will mean the city will miss the deadline to comply with EU laws on air pollution by 20 years, 10 yea...
In the last two months we’ve gained key supporters for our Let’s Get Moving campaign, including Birmingham Central Mosque, All Saints Church Kings Heath, and Birmingham LGBT. Through the campaign...
Some of you may not be aware that hidden away behind a fence along Shaw’s Passage, at the back of The Warehouse, Digbeth has a Community Garden! Some of our older readers may remember there used t...
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After several Big Green Debates about specific environmental issues we’re having a debate about campaign tactics this issue. Zarqa Mahmood and Sawsan Bastawy are debating the merits of online activi...
Somewhere between a festival and a conference is Friends of the Earth’s Basecamp; an annual event gathering local groups from across the country alongside staff members and a wider network of inte...
In August 2013, Birmingham City Council started their Cycling Revolution - to make it easier and safer for people to cycle - with £24.3 million from grants and self-funding. As a keen cyclist, who ...