Entitled “Community Climate Resilience through Folk Pageantry “ this pioneering project will offers a creative and imaginative arts research project focusing on community knowledge and experiences to explore climate and environmental action. The project is a North Manchester-focused case study responding directly to its climate action policies and community contexts.
Leaders of Manchester-based charities have shared their experiences of the Covid-19 crisis and their thoughts for the future in a new report produced by Macc, Manchester’s local voluntary and community sector support organisation.
Electricity North West, the regional electricity network operator, and Cadent Gas, our main regional gas network operator, have published a decarbonisation pathway for Greater Manchester. The aim of the work is to set out how Greater Manchester could achieve its aim to become zero carbon by 2038.
A copy of the report is available to download here:
The recording of the Manchester Climate Change Annual Conference 2020 is now available for you to watch back at your own leisure if you unfortunately missed the event on the morning of the 22/07/2020. Make sure to keep an eye out for our upcoming Big Green Recovery webinar series!
Details of the panel included:
1. Opening panel
Sir Richard Leese
- Leader of Manchester City Council since 1996 and the Deputy Mayor and lead for health care at Greater Manchester Combined Authority