Transport for the North (TfN) has asked the Government to re-think the ineligibility of hydrogen trains for the UK’s renewable
‘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 2,000 premature deaths could be prevented every year in Manchester by taking public transport, an environmental group has warned.
Manchester City Council is collecting reports on littering, fly tipping, spillages and eyesores via their homepage, alongside an interesting new website called FixMyStreet.com.
Sale schoolkids have won a competition designed to get children from across Manchester teaching others about the impact of travel on our environment.
Labour held their heads high as they kept all 17 seats with ease after quite a predictable afternoon following a disappointing national result.
We might be a red city, but how green are our councillors? Manchester Friends of the Earth have reached out to all of Manchester’s prospective candidates to find out how highly they prioritise the environment.
Manchester Friends of the Earth are urging local council and parliamentary candidates to let voters know their views on environmental issues.
Ten years to the day since trans people were given the right to change their legal gender, MM caught up with Christine Burns MBE on how she managed to push through the pivotal bill.
With parliament dissolved, all MPs are returning to their constituencies. The door knocking, letter dropping and sign erecting begins.
When you dispose of your empty wine bottles at the end of a boozy weekend, you may be unaware that somebody out there is waiting to get their hands on them as part of their day job.