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New website for Greater Manchester residents to better connect with nature

As part of the Green Summit  in Manchester today, the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, officially announced the launch of a brand new website ‘Nature Greater Manchester’  designed to connect residents of Greater Manchester with their natural environment.

Green Summit heralds bold green future for Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester has set out its ambitions to become one of the leading green city-regions in the UK and Europe, at its inaugural Green Summit held today (Wednesday 21 March).

Greater Manchester’s Natural Capital Annual Conference 2018

Over 70 delegates attended Greater Manchester’s Natural Capital Annual Conference to discuss the opportunities and benefits around connecting people with nature.

Spearheading national thinking on nature

A multi-million pound North West project is spearheading the latest Government thinking on the environment.

Manchester Museum and Manchester Climate Change Agency present at the United Nations

Manchester Museum and Manchester Climate Change Agency (MCCA) jointly presented Manchester’s approach to climate change engagement at the 5th Dialogue for Action for Climate Empowerment, held in Bonn in May.

Greater Manchester’s Natural Capital Annual Conference

Leading practitioners from across the country attended the Greater Manchester’s Natural Capital Annual Conference in Salford recently, to discuss how best to adopt a natural capital approach in urban environments.

Salford City Mayor & LCH Chair Paul Dennett

Climate World Firsts on the Cobbles of Corrie

ITV Studios, Coronation Street, played host to the inaugural Carbon Literate Organisation Awards.  

Greater Manchester’s ‘Little Bill’ scheme scoops national energy efficiency award

Greater Manchester’s ‘Little Bill’ scheme scoops national energy efficiency award

She is sustainable

An exciting event is coming up in July for women working in sustainability in North West England.

Research meets Cycling - In the City and for the City

Gabi Schliwa (University of Manchester) and Graeme Sherriff (University of Salford, see contributor profile) share insights from the 12th Cycling and Society Research Symposium held in Greater Manchester and reflect on what cycling research means, and could mean, for the region.

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