We represent teams across University of Birmingham, promoting change for a greener more sustainable future . The University is strongly committed to creating a sustainable working environment through this and many other schemes.
Recent Stories and features:
Over the next 18 months Love food haste waste are working in partnership with The Central England Co-operative and Birmingham City Council to drive down food waste across the city through cookery classes and sessions on making the most of … Continue reading →
On Tuesday night I biked across town in the rain to get to ‘Green Drinks’ at Locanta, st Paul’s Square. I was rewarded for my journey, not just by wonderful pizza and sticky toffee pudding, but meeting some old and new friends to discuss the sticky issue of school reform…Continue reading→
Children will be reclaiming the streets for “playing out” to celebrate this year’s National Play Day on Wednesday 6th August 2014. Gaddesby Road, Goldsmith Road, Peacock Road, Wheelers Lane, Woodville Road and Valentines Road in Kings Heath will be temporarily …Continue reading →
Enclosed, photos and other bits from a new (as yet unnamed!) team at the staff Winterbourne allotments: Enclosed, photos and other bits from a new (as yet unnamed!) team at the staff Winterbourne allotments: 17th June We had a lovely … Continue reading
Free bicycle maintenance classes and cycling lessons as part of Centro’s “Smart Network Smarter Choices” sustainable transport initiative, University of Birmingham staff and students are entitled to free cycle training and maintenance classes…continue reading →
This is a public meeting led by a local consortium of greenies including local Justice and Peace group and Power for Good. Also look out for other ‘Green Week’ events including festival on 21st June…continue reading →