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Metrolink plants new ‘Field of Hope’ for Marie Curie with Wythenshawe schoolchildren

A ‘Field of Hope’ will return to Wythenshawe this spring after schoolchildren from Peel Hall Primary School teamed up with Metrolink to plant daffodil bulbs in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care.

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Calling all sustainability supporters and aspiring editorial masterminds! We are looking for individuals to join our Platform Editorial Panel to assist us in some creative thinking and idea generation regarding new events and editorial opportunities. Most importantly, we want people who are enthusiastic about shaping the future of sustainability.

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Corin Bell and The Real Junk Food Project Manchester

Rebecca Lupton speaks to Corin Bell of The Real Junk Food Project in Manchester about the bigger ‘food waste’ picture: how food waste occurs, the consequences of wasting food and how we can change our habits.

Future climate in focus as 2014 sets new record temperature

As news breaks of another record-setting year for the global climate, what does the climate shift mean for our towns and cities? A ‘Future Climate Forum’ in February will be looking for some answers.

Main photo supplied by Climate UK

Tooling up for a Just Climate

Matthew Millett reports from a launch workshop for a new mapping tool designed to address the injustices of climate change.

BDP Office Manchester

Tell Us Manchester!

On the 10th December 2014, BDP played host to a flagship event, which saw eight representatives present their diverse range of eco-projects within and around Manchester.

Manchester skyline by Steve Connor

Events programme launched on the ‘State of the Climate’

New events series launched to create a 'Future Climate Forum' for the Northwest. Dan Griffiths of the Northwest Climate Change Partnership explains more.

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Platform Live: Food, Cities and Urban Behaviour

Platform's first live event featured inspiring talks and discussion from speakers from the city, academia and all over the world as they exlored the challenge and opportunity of sustainability.

Mic image by Flickr user Mika Hiltunen under a Creative Commons licence

Platform Live: Food, Cities and Human Behaviour

On October 16, 2014, there will be a half day of inspiring talks and discussion from speakers from the city, academia and all over the world exploring the challenge and opportunity of sustainability.

Low carbon and renewables are big business

Ricki Unger reports on Low Carbon and Renewables week at the International Festival for Business.

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