Our Projects Assistant Charlotte discusses the importance of pollinators and our Bee Mindful education project in Northfield.
Over the last six months a coalition of environmental organisations from across Birmingham have consulted the city’s residents on the local environmental issues that matter most to them in The Big Green Conversation.
On Friday 15 November 2019, Greener Birmingham, councillors (including Leader Cllr. Ian Ward), businesses and changemakers from across the city have gathered at Impact Hub Birmingham for the launch of the People’s Manifesto for Birmingham.
Have your pupils ever wondered what trees, those silent green giants, are doing for us, noisy small humans? It’s time to wear your wellies and waterproofs and join us at one of Birmingham’s secret gardens to find out! ecobirmingham are offering your pupils the opportunity to engage in celebrating this year’s National Tree Week. We are
Join us – Be part of the Big Green Conversation. Tell us what kind of city you want to live in by filling in a short survey, and help Birmingham’s environmental organisations create a People’s Charter for the Environment (to be published in November) during this, the Year of Green Action 2019.
Refill is a national campaign set up by City to Sea. It aims to reduce plastic pollution at source by making it easier for people to reuse and refill their bottles with free tap water while out and about. We are the local champion for the campaign. We are working with a number of partners
Over the last three months young people across Birmingham have been invited to share the green issues that are important to them, locally or globally, through the medium of photography.
Why make the switch? The costs of clean energy have fallen rapidly in recent years. Moving to a tariff that includes 100% renewable electricity doesn’t mean bigger bills – in fact, most people will save money by switching. We all need to stop using coal, oil and gas and switch to limitless clean energy from sun,
Since 2015 Northfield Ecocentre has been able to offer 591 free Wild Bunch – forest school – places to children from families on income support thanks to various grants. We are delighted to be able to continue to do so throughout 2018. Free places have allowed these children to enjoy the benefits of regular contact