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Entrepreneurs want to tackle air pollution, easing pressure on congested roads and crowded public transport   

10 Sep 17

Adam Forrest reports that some entrepreneurs are realising the untapped potential of rivers in major cities.

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Solihull, Leeds and Manchester aim to reduce air pollution and ease traffic congestion 

24 Apr 17

Employees at Blythe Valley Park in Solihull can now use a free shuttle bus from Solihull and Birmingham International to and around this business park.

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Residents in one of Britain’s formerly most run-down areas now run a housing association, their library and swimming pool 

30 Nov 16

The BBC noted in 2010 that during the 1970s and 1980s, the post-war Castle Vale estate, dominated by tower blocks, became known for poverty and crime.

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LLECP ‘strongly encourages’ developers to transport materials by rail or waterway 

30 Aug 16

  The London Low Emission Construction Partnership (LLECP) is a project funded by the   Mayor of London  and  Transport for London   as part of the Mayors Air Quality Fund .

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Promoting a cleaner environment: water transport 

16 May 16

Why get stuck in a traffic jam and miss delivery deadlines? Cut costs, cut emissions and cut fuel consumption and deliver on time on the waterways.

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Air pollution addressed by NGOs, Mayor, University, Met Office, EU & WHO 

20 May 15

  Around 29,000 people die prematurely each year in the UK because of air pollution, according to Public Health England .

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A new, people powered transport network 

6 Jan 15

BlaBlaCar is a French ride-sharing service founded in 2006, which matches motorists with passengers needing a lift between cities, creating an entirely new, people powered, transport network.

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Green Deal Mark II? If at first . . . 

20 Nov 14

‘The Green Deal and energy efficiency supply chain development: Policy lessons from a case study of Birmingham’ , is based on the dissertation research by Anna Watson (Sussex University) which was awarded a distinction.

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Birmingham development meets two objectives on its Carbon Roadmap: reduced heating bills and lower carbon emissions 

20 Sep 14


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Philanthropists in Bournville and Dumfries 

30 Jun 14

If half the wealthiest emulated the work of philanthropists in Bournville and Dumfries, the country could be transformed Bournville Junior School (left) was founded by factory owner George Cadbury in 1906 and built with pride, to provide education of…

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The Lunar Society: Hydrogen, Magnets, Sustainability and the Birmingham Connection 

27 Dec 13


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The Organic Research Centre (Elm Farm): sustainable land-use and food systems, primarily within local economies 

19 Dec 13

‘ The Organic Research Centre (Elm Farm) is a registered charity, formally known as the Progressive Farming Trust Ltd.