In July, we officially became ecobirmingham a new independent charity for the city. Then, at the beginning of October we celebrated this change, setting out how we see our future at an event at Midlands Arts Centre. We were delighted to be joined by Natalie Fee, author, presenter, environmental campaigner and founder of City to Sea. She gave us inspiration, giving context on why the city needs to change and showing the level of work we aspire to.
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.
This year we are changing to become a new independent charity, ecobirmingham that will help change the city. Under this banner, today, we have launched Green Lens, a photography and video competition for 16-25 year olds in Birmingham. Organised by ecobirmingham in collaboration with Ampersand Projects, the project will allow young people to have their