“They don’t have anything to eat”: Conservation Through Public Health is on a mission to save Uganda’s gorillas from poaching
Environmental charity Sustrans, assisted by the Grey to Green project and Greater Manchester Local Record Centre (GMLRC), are setting out on a Bat walk around Fallowfield Loop on Wednesday 16th September between 7pm and 9pm.
May you bloom and grow! Manchester scoops cash prize that will allow green space to flourish in urban landscape
Manchester can look forward to a summer in full bloom after scooping the top prize in the national ‘Grow Wild England’ competition.
Colourful parakeets could add a splash of colour to an otherwise white winter this year, as Manchester twitchers are reporting a surge in the unusual bird population across the region.
Dwindling numbers of the ‘pink pigeon’ could see the highly-endangered bird soon go the same way as its relative the dodo – yet new research from a Manchester university may have the answer to save it.
Anti-fracking protesters including iconic Mancunian DJ Dave Haslam are angry and dissatisfied by the government’s ‘destructive’ partial ban on fracking.
Salford’s historic Greengate baths may have been named one of the top ten most endangered building in the UK but conservationists have faith that it will not become another forgotten Victorian treasure.
Conservation campaigners are urging Manchester City Council to remain ‘wary’ of negotiations made with Britannia Hotel chiefs to save the ‘rotting’ London Road Fire Station.
Turn those blinkin’ lights off! Changing energy habits could save each Greater Manchester household more than £600
Households could be wasting around £600 a year
Going cold turkey: Arctic-clad cyclists take to Manchester streets in bid to end ‘dirty addiction’ to fossil fuels
The event is part of Greenpeace International’s day of action
The elephants march into town, hurrah! Statues stomp into Manchester for endangered animal awareness
The parade is the world’s largest art exhibition of elephants