Cycling in Europe; San Sebastian

Earlier this year, members of Birmingham Friends of the Earth visited Jake. Jake volunteers with Birmingham Friends of the Earth when he is around Birmingham. In spring time this year he was in Portugal. This was a perfect excuse for some BFOE campaigners to visit...

Call for More Holistic Transport Strategy

Birmingham Friends of the Earth have responded to the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority's (WMITA) Integrated Transport Strategy, welcoming the positive vision around increasing use sustainable transport, but pointing out the lack of joined-up thinking in...

Poo Power

On Thursday 20th November something new hit the road in southern England: Britain's very first 40 seat 'bio-bus' took to the streets of Bristol, serving the route from Bath to Bristol airport. The bus runs on biomethane gas created from Bristolians’ very own food...

More Roads to Nowhere?

The Government announced £15 billion for new roads road improvements this week, putting the £214 million announced for cycling in some perspective. At Birmingham Friends of the Earth we think this road expansion announcement is a road to nowhere,  worsening air...