Eleven UK companies, including big names such as Microsoft UK, have become the first to be awarded Go Ultra Low! status. Two of these were in Manchester! Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, and Manchester Metropolitan University are amongst the first to achieve this acrediation, leading the way for electric travel in the city.
An article about Greater Manchester Community Renewables Share Offer Launch. Written by Harriet Mansfield
Greater Manchester Community Renewables (GMCR) project was founded a little over a year ago in January 2015 by a group of passionate volunteers. The aim of GMCR was to bring the benefits of community owned renewable energy to Greater Manchester.
The pro-manchester Green Economy group and Transport and Infrastructure Group have organised an expert panel to discuss what a Green Cities agenda actually means for Manchester and the wider local economy.
The next few years will see substantial investment in the city’s transport infrastructure as well as a number of major redevelopment projects.
These are vital to continue the drive for the further growth and success of Manchester and wider local economy.
An Article written about a Fun Palaces Workshop in Manchester Museum. Written by Alice Litchfield
On Saturday afternoon Manchester Museum became home to a Fun Palaces workshop. This workshop was designed for anyone interested in setting up their own Fun Palace and gave details on how to complete one and why you should do it.
An Article about the play 'Jonny and the Baptist: The End is Nigh' written by Alice Litchfield
On Friday night, Jonny and the Baptist took over a space at the Lowry in Salford Quays and performed their show; The End is Nigh. It is a satirical comedy that focuses on the story of Jonny who told his four year old niece that the world was going to end due to Climate Change and how he and his friend, Paddy, are going to try and fix it.