Air pollution throughout Greater Manchester has crept back to near pre-pandemic levels after a sharp drop during the first lockdown.
Residents in Levenshulme and North Burnage are being asked to have their say on a proposed scheme that would improve
Tony Lloyd’s commitment to addressing air pollution could extend life expectancy in Mancunians, according to a University of Manchester academic.
‘For a safer, cleaner society’: Manchester firm need your help to get biomass boilers pumping out clean energy
An energy revolution has been taking place across the North West, with Whitefield-based firm Biomass Energy Coop and their multi-fuel biomass boiler range Multibio.
More than 75% of people in Britain have ‘overwhelmingly confirmed’ that more money should be invested in cycling, according to the biggest survey into cycling habits in the UK.
A Manchester environmental group has backed a Supreme Court order demanding the Government to develop a new plan to tackle illegal levels of air pollution.
Manchester’s ‘avoidable death’ shame will only get worse if Barton energy plant goes ahead, warns eco group
The Breathe Clean Air Group contacted the council after MM revealed that, in 2012, male avoidable deaths in Manchester were at almost double the national average – 42% higher than the rest of the UK
One in 20 deaths in Greater Manchester caused by air pollution – local councils must act, say Green Party
Public Health England’s report estimates that in the North West 3427 deaths in 2010 (5.1% of all deaths) were attributable to air pollution. In inner Manchester alone, there were 219 people who died