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Jai Redman’s Paradise Lost at the Manchester Art Gallery - Environmentally Focused Art in a Sustainable Space

Engaging audiences with the topic of climate change in a creative way is crucial to inspire a true change in people’s values and behaviours. This is why climate change-related programming is a significant part of the activity of the Manchester Arts Sustainability Team (MAST).

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Urban Water Paradise

Six floating habitats were launched on the Bridgewater Canal to support biodiversity in Manchester.

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Can You Help Drive Forward Manchester's Work on Climate Change?

Are you passionate about Manchester becoming a leading city for action on climate change? Can you help to engage and inspire new audiences to get involved? Do you have experience of bringing about positive change (not necessarily on climate change)?

 

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Manchester cuts carbon thanks to European & Triangulum scheme

Manchester’s universities are using technology to cut their carbon emissions, thanks to a project showcasing the economic and environmental benefits of electric vehicles. Circulated bu Laura Gormley on 20.07.2017

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Manchester Climate Change Conference 2017

A summary of the Manchester Climate Change Conference held at the Royal Exchange Theatre on the 10th July including the MACF strategic report.  By Grace Ferris on the 13.07.2017

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Manchester arts leading the way on climate change

Hot on the heels of its European URBACT Good Practice award, the Manchester Arts Sustainability Team (MAST) is launching its 5-year report at the city’s annual climate change conference on 10th July 2017 hosted by the Royal Exchange Theatre.  

Download the report here!

By Claire Buckley on 10.07.2017

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Green Minds

Growing food is not only good for the planet but also health and well being. Manchester is proving this good practice through it's Green Minds initiative. Written by Jon Ross on 04/07/2017

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The ECOSTAR launch event

The ECOSTAR hub encourages eco-minded individuals to start their own small- and medium-sized enterprises focused on natural capital and ecosystem services, the bioeconomy, ecotourism, new technologies and more. Written by Grace Ferris 16.06.17

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Manchester’s Award-winning Low Carbon Arts and Culture Sector

Manchester arts and culture sector has been recognised for its efforts to tackle climate change with a prestigious European award. Written by Jonny Sadler on 03.07.17

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National Refugee Week – reflecting on nature and climate change

A review of National Refugee Week events in Manchester. Written by Klaudia Januszewska on 21.06.17

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