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...

Why Let’s Get Moving?

Why Let’s Get Moving? Birmingham Friends of the Earth is launching a multi-pronged campaign to raise awareness of the dangerous and illegal levels of air pollution in our city and encourage more people to start using active modes of transport. In case you missed...

Away day at Waseley Hills country park

On Saturday 9th March, Birmingham Friends of the Earth decided to get out of our natural inner-city habitat and go on a trip to Waseley Hills Country Park, albeit to sit down in a meeting room and plan out the new ‘Let’s Get Moving’ campaign,...

First time at the Regional Gathering

Last Saturday 2nd March, Friends of the Earth local groups from across the West Midlands met at the Birmingham Midland Institute for their Regional Gathering. The attendance was impressive, with around 40 volunteers representing Birmingham, Walsall, Wolverhampton,...

Volunteer in the Spotlight- Adam McCusker

Julien Pritchard interviews Adam McCusker How long have you been involved with BFoE? I have been doing campaign volunteering for around 6 months at BFoE, helping out in as many different roles as I can find, as I quite enjoy being involved in all sorts of aspects of...