Greener Birmingham Coalition


Creating the City We Want To Live In

 #greenerbrum

We are a coalition of environmental organisations working in partnership across the city of Birmingham to drive action that improves our shared environment. We are your collective voice.

We want to inspire enduring change to the way our city’s residents live, our environmental impact and the way we engage with and manage our parks and green spaces.

Partners

ecobirmingham, Birmingham Open Spaces Forum, Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust, Climate Action Network West Midlands, Friends of the Earth, Slow Food Birmingham, RSPB, Canal and River Trust, Birmingham Trees for Life, City Park 4 Brum and a number of other community organisations.

A People’s Manifesto

During 2019 we consulted the people of Birmingham on the local environmental issues that matter most to them in the Big Green Conversation. The survey focused on what you believe should be the priorities for businesses and Birmingham City Council in improving our natural environment, along with what actions you will personally take. This was used to create the People’s Manifesto for Birmingham downloadable here.

You said you wanted to:

  • Protect green and blue spaces
  • Improve sustainable travel
  • Tackle plastic and waste

You can lobby your local councillor for environmental changes. Find your councillor’s contact information here.

Tag us into your social media using #greenerbrum ecobirmingham is currently developing resources for community organisations on behalf of Greener Birmingham. Get involved here.



Other Projects

69 Wards Walking & Cycling Map

Expanding on our Secret Birmingham Routes Ecobirmingham are accessing cycle route and air pollution data and using it to help create an online map of bike friendly routes to link..


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Cycle South Brum

Teaching all ages and abilities to cycle, Cycle South Brum enables more people to use sustainable, active transport that will not only reduce air pollution but get people fitter.


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