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The European Court of Justice today said UK Government has taken insufficient action to meet EU Air Quality Directives and to protect UK citizens from the harmful effects of air pollution, in a case b...
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Birmingham Friends of the Earth are hosting a special pub quiz fundraiser on Sunday 30th November a...
Yesterday we cautiously welcomed Birmingham Connected the City's new Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan...
On the day that Birmingham City Council launched its Birmingham Mobility Action Plan, Birmingham F...
I'm pleased to announce that we've recently won funding to recruit a Reception Volunteer Support W...
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Birmingham Friends of the Earth have today launched our report into how Birmingham City Council could fund investment £10 per person per year in active travel for at least 10 years. This is our key a...
Campaigners have been hard at work creating this great little video for the Let's Get Moving. So if you'd like to find out a little more about the campaign in just a few short minutes, then check it o...
On Saturday 11th October Birmingham Friends of the Earth campaigners were outside Birmingham Cathedral taking action as part of the Global Frackdown Day of Action.  Campaigners spoke to members of the public about the issues, with passers-by taking action to say they didn't want fracking in Birmingham or anywhere. Here are some of the photos of the day:
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This post first appeared on Shaz30's Thought for the Day blog: http://shaz30.wordpress.com/2014/10/24/5-energy-saving-tips-to-reduce-energy-usage/ I work for an energy company, and as a result I of...
  I was really looking forward to The Real Junk Food Project coming to our meeting this Monday. Food is one of my passions in life. I love cooking and I hate waste! The main aim of the project...
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a bit of a mouthful to even say out loud, and transcontinental investment treaties are never the sexiest of topics for campaigning. But the TTIP, ...