Greater Manchester is aiming to become zero carbon by 2038. This means a 15% year-on-year reduction in carbon – and the clock has already started ticking. Our Green Economy group looks at ways organisations can become more sustainable and support this agenda, and also highlights the huge opportunities for businesses operating in this sector.
Guest blog by Chris Peacock, Grayling Manchester The first Greater Manchester Combined Authorities’ Executive Board meeting of 2019 was packed […]
By Ilona Alcock, Sector Group Manager Mayor Andy Burnham is determined to make Greater Manchester the first zero carbon region […]
Guest blog by Louise Walker, DWF Climate change is one of the biggest issues affecting the world today. We believe […]
Guest blog by Anthesis Group It was the 1987 United Nations Brundtland Report where the word ‘sustainability’ was first used […]
Over 700 people attended the sell-out Green Summit at Manchester Central, with a further 3,500 watching the live stream, to […]
• Meeting of region’s businesses held in preparation for the development of a Greater Manchester Environment Charter • Investing in […]