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Reviewed on 13 Aug 2020
Pocket Guide: Green Hotels Hotels in Birmingham
For centuries, Birmingham led the global Industrial Revolution, employing thousands of people in everything from coal mining and metal-working to glass production and pen-making. Now, in the 21st Century, Birmingham continues to make strategic efforts to help safeguard the environment, and has one of the highest densities of open spaces of any city in Europe.
A Great Choice Of Eco Friendly Hotels In Birmingham
The city already has many environmentally friendly, green and sustainable accommodation establishments that are dedicated to minimising their impact on the wider world. In recent years, Birmingham City Council has replaced thousands of street lights with new state-of-the-art LED technology, helping the city reduced its carbon consumption by thousands of tonnes each year.
Visit The Birmingham Eco Park
Almost equidistant from the city centre and Birmingham Airport, the Birmingham Eco Park was pioneered by the acclaimed naturalist and broadcaster Chris Baines, who opened it in 1997. It provides education to thousands of pupils of local schools on the importance of environmental sustainability, and is managed by a team of dedicated volunteers and members of the Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust.
See the City's Magnificent Eco Friendly Library
The Library of Birmingham, which re-opened in 2013 following a dramatic overhaul, is now one of the most visited in Europe, and offers a fantastic view of the city skyline. It's renowned for its innovative aquifer ground source system air conditioning, which minimises energy usage by utilising renewable energy from groundwater. It's within walking distance of the opulent and eco-friendly Jurys Inn Birmingham, which offers free WiFi and deluxe amenities such as a pillow menu, a business centre, and conference facilities.
The National Exhibition Centre
The NEC is Britain's leading venue for trade and consumer shows, and is also dedicated to minimising its impact on the environment. Each year, it recycles hundreds of tonnes of cardboard, paper and food, and was proud to achieve Zero Waste to Landfill status by 2012. It's only a short drive from the eco friendly St Johns Hotel in Solihull, a high-end four star venue that is ideal for families as well as business visitors requiring high-quality conference facilities.