A consultation on a Clean Air Zone for Greater Manchester is underway to ensure the legal limits on nitrogen dioxide
Transport for the North (TfN) has asked the Government to re-think the ineligibility of hydrogen trains for the UK’s renewable
Deansgate is set to be part-pedestrianised, Manchester City Council has announced in response to the COVID-19 crisis and the council’s attempt to “create an enhanced shared space for pedestrians and people on bikes” in order to “enable visitors and workers to socially distance more easily as they return”.
‘Life changing’: Plastic Patrol brings free paddle boarding cleanups of British waterways to Rochdale
Plastic Patrol, a non-profit charity seeking to clean up Britain’s waterways and raise awareness of single use plastic, is bringing its project to Rochdale.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of John Ruskin and to celebrate a series of events and exhibitions are taking place across the city this summer.
Refills, not landfills… National Refill Day hopes to inspire generations for years to come in battle against plastic
Today, Wednesday June 19, is National Refill Day, so let’s unite against plastic and have the will to refill…
Over 80% of businesses in Media City have ditched plastic straws, according to a new survey.
Drivers of lorries, buses, taxis and coaches could face penalties for entering one of four designated areas from A-D.
On this day: December 9, 1952 – Thousands left dead after Great Smog of London wreaks four days of havoc
The Great Smog of London is reportedly the worst air-pollution event in the history of the United Kingdom.
Organisers of a special bike ride last month – celebrating the opening of the Oxford Road corridor cycle route and forming part of Clean Air Week – hope attitudes will have changed ahead of the government’s Air Quality Plan.
Don Thomas has been visiting schools in Manchester as part of a world-wide tour to promote the Visitor Complex at Florida’s Kennedy Space Centre.