A warehouse in the Midlands has been filled floor to ceiling with bales of non-recyclable waste.Read the full story ›
The free garden waste collection service is also stopping as the council says 'it's no secret they must make savings.'Read the full story ›
Sir David Attenborough has said he was "extraordinarily emotional" as he launched the polar research vessel into the River Mersey.Read the full story ›
Lorries could be charged up to £100 to enter the city centre, and highly polluting private cars £10.Read the full story ›
Volunteers who spend hundreds of hours a year keeping their local park clean and tidy in Birmingham say they're now doing the work the council should be doing.
The group collect litter and empty rubbish bins to help the park keeper - but that role has now been removed.
Mark Gough has been down to see the community in action...
In part one of Powering the Midlands, we look at how homes and businesses here are leading the way in reducing our carbon footprint.Read the full story ›
All this week in our series Powering the Midlands we examine how the region is at the heart of the green production of energy, and the unique ways people have found to live, work and travel in a sustainable way.
Jimmy Pierce from the Vegan Society told ITV News today that the badger cull is 'ineffective, inhumane and entirely unnecessary.'
The Vegan Society are asking people to cut out dairy from their diet to remove the demand for cows milk and stop the need for badger culling.
Hundred of protesters gathered in Birmingham city centre today to protest against planned badger culls.
The protesters gathered in Centenary Square, outside the annual conference of the National Farmers' Union (NFU). The NFU says badger culling is necessary to stop the spread of disease in dairy cows, but the protesters disagree.
They want the government to put a stop to badger culling altogether.