West Midlands Climate Resilience Network

The West Midlands Climate Resilience Network (WMCREN) is a cross-sector network aimed at providing advice, guidance, good practice ideas, networking and collaboration opportunities to those people in our region whose day job involves risk management, emergency planning/response or climate change adaptation. More >

 
 

Birmingham Science City Innovative Low Carbon Working Group

The Birmingham Science City Innovative Low Carbon Working Group aims to share information and good practice and catalyse new partnerships and collaborative activities that further BSC’s aims to develop, use and promote science and technology to improve prosperity and quality of life. More >

 
 

Climate UK

Summary Climate UK is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company and a national network of twelve climate change partnerships… More >

 
 

West Midlands Green Business Clubs Network

Sustainability West Midlands coordinate the West Midlands Green Business Clubs Network to increase their impact in their LEP area and their ability to collectively lever in and share resources. More >

 
 

West Midlands Energy Managers Network

The West Midlands Energy Managers Network was established to provide profile, drive, leadership and support to improve energy management and maximise efficiency savings from within the public sector. More >

 
 

Community Strand of the West Midlands Low Carbon Economy Programme

As part of the West Midlands Local Authority Low Carbon Economy Programme, this project has provided direct advice, guidance and support to a selection of community-owned renewable energy projects and capacity building for a network of 'mentors' to support other similar projects and groups in future. This programme of bespoke support has been managed by Marches Energy Agency in partnership with Localise West Midlands. More >

 
 

Planning for the Low Carbon Economy – Training for Officers and Members

As part of the West Midlands Local Authority Low Carbon Economy Programme, Sustainability West Midlands has provided capacity building to help planning and development management officers and committee members understand renewable and energy efficient technologies, hold informed negotiations with developers, consult effectively with communities and make best determination of planning applications. More >