Using food that would otherwise go to waste can be good not only for the environment but for your stomach. Read about the zero waste pay-as-you feel dining experience arriving in Manchester thanks to the Real Junk Food Project’s restaurant open now on Oxford Street.
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).
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)?
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
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.