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Sole connection: grounding yourself for health

Qualified medical herbalist, Susan Goldsmith, writes for Bioregion Birmingham If the idea of switching off your phone and abandoning your...

Susan Goldsmith

Wilderness therapy: re-wilding ourselves for success

Qualified medical herbalist, Susan Goldsmith, writes for Bioregion Birmingham “Look deep into Nature, you will understand everything better.” Einstein There’s...

Why the green left should reconsider its stance on immigration

The pound has devalued. Tribalism has been amplified. Our government and opposition are in disarray. Many are fearful of the...

Could low impact living help build resilience and enrich our sense of place?

Founding member of the Birmingham Resilience Network, Steve Gwynne, answers some difficult questions for Bioregion Birmingham. Hi Steve, can you...

Peter Shirley

Should we raise our aspirations for wildlife and green space in Birmingham?

Chair of the Wildife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country, Peter Shirley, writes for Bioregion Birmingham In general, cities...

Susan Goldsmith

Plants & people: why co-operation with Nature is to everyone’s benefit

Qualified medical herbalist, Susan Goldsmith, writes for Bioregion Birmingham There is an undeniable relationship between people and plants, one which...

How to have affordable homes while protecting green space

Birmingham City Council wants to sell off 8 acres of unused green space a year for housing. Cabinet members say...

Protecting the commons – Water availability in our bioregion

Sustainable urban water specialist, Dr Dexter Hunt, writes for Bioregion Birmingham. At this time of year, with the advent of...

A Co-operative council: the future of Birmingham service delivery?

Phil Beardmore, Secretary of Co-operatives West Midlands, writes for Bioregion Birmingham The new leader of Birmingham City Council, Cllr John...

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