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How can we help nature to thrive in Birmingham?

At the Environment and Energy Network on Tuesday 16 July, 1pm – 2.30pm we will be discussing the City of Nature and will be  joined at the meeting by Debbie Needle, Community Facilitator for the Birmingham City of Nature Programme, Naturally Birmingham.

Previously Debbie worked for Birmingham City Council Parks Department as a Park Ranger working closely with Friends Groups in both Country Parks and inner-city urban parks in Ladywood and Perry Barr. She advised the Ranger Service in the creation of a programme of outdoor education for primary schools and supported many, community led, environmental events in parks and green spaces. She is a qualified project manager, has a BSc in environmental science and is a trained Forest Schools leader.

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Our usual updates on energy bills, policy, funding, consultations will also take place.

If your organisation has anything they would like to share with regards to WWD, or anything else at the meeting, please contact [email protected]

The Last Meeting

The last meeting took place on 18 June online. Details of the session, and of previous meetings are available at:

Joining the Network

Membership of the network is FREE and will be facilitated by BVSC. The Network will meet online for 1.5 hours at least once a month. If you can’t make the next meeting, we’d still love for you to be involved.

Click here to register and you will be provided with a link to join. Email [email protected] for further information.

Future Meeting Dates 2024
  • August - No Meeting! Holidays!
  • September - Tuesday 10 September, 1pm-2.30pm
  • October - Tuesday 15 October, 1pm-2.30pm
  • November - Tuesday 12 November, 1pm-2.30pm
  • December - Tuesday 10 December, 1pm-2.30pm

Benefits of Environment & Energy Network Membership

  • Networking with organisations from across the Birmingham City VCFSE sector interested in environment and energy issues
  • Information sharing on environment & energy funding, policy, strategy, research, peer learning, training, resources and volunteering
  • Engaging the wider VCFSE sector on environment and energy issues through the Sector’s ‘Engage for Good Forum; linking in with BVSC Employment & Skills Network re Green Economy; linking with Greener Birmingham
  • Developing relationships with key public and private sector partners on environment and energy issues
  • Collaboration on partnership projects, services, activities, events and actions
  • Supporting a collective VCFSE voice and campaigns on environment & energy across Birmingham City
  • Anything else you might find useful!