City of Trees are dreaming of a green Christmas over the festive period and beyond after a mass planting event saw over 1,000 sown in one day & 5,000 saplings for Salford this winter.
Manchester City Council to replace ALL streetlights with LED bulbs – but is it a bright idea or just dim thinking?
As Manchester looks to replace its 56,000 streetlights with new energy-saving LED lights, MM looks at other places that have already implemented the new bulbs and how it’s affected their area.
There is plenty more work to be done for electric vehicles to have an impact on climate change, despite use of them surging across Greater Manchester, Friends of the Earth have said.
‘Matter of will and focus’: Manchester leaders unite in pledge to combat climate change after Paris summit
As the COP21 Climate Change Summit comes to an end in Paris and the global agreement due to be agreed today, we are left wondering how this will filter down to Greater Manchester.
A new film based on Naomi Klein’s bestselling book on climate change will be premiered in Manchester on Saturday 26 September.
Sale schoolkids have won a competition designed to get children from across Manchester teaching others about the impact of travel on our environment.
Manchester has been named the world’s 14th most sustainable city and community groups are the driving force behind it, according to an environmental campaigner.
Manchester will take a chunk of €24million grant to help reduce carbon emissions and boost the city’s economy.
Computer says no: Manchester councillor blames ‘carbon literacy’ training failure on password problems
The training was taken on as an environmental strategy by the council following a recommendation from the Economic Scrutiny Committee in May 2013
Times They Are a-Changin’: Manchester’s first fully electric buses will cut Metroshuttle route emissions
Manchester’s first fully electric buses are set to be sparked into life and will soon be on the city centre streets as part of Metroshuttle’s free hop-on hop-off service.
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