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Utility Companies doing some good

Tina Gandhi explores how utility companies are making a difference to the lives of low-income households.

Devolution Luggage Label

Getting Involved With Jam & Justice

We've got a number of opportunities to find out more about the Jam and Justice project and whether you'd like to be involved - why not come along to an interactive workshop, a drop-in session or a social?

A Taste of Things to Come #jamlaunch

On Friday 13th May 2016 at the Left Bank Cafe, the Jam and Justice team set out their plans for setting up an Action Research Cooperative in Greater Manchester.

 

 

Clean Cities Agenda and the GM business context

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.

EU Referendum: A spotlight on food and farming

'How could the referendum result affect the way our food is produced and traded?' was the focus of a recent meeting organised by the Kindling Trust and the Food Ethics Council in Manchester.

A Young Citizens’ Assembly

Led by the Politics Project, young people are getting the chance to produce their own agenda for Greater Manchester

Jam and Justice Open Evening

Friday 13th May // 5-7.30pm // Left Bank Café, Peoples History Museum, Manchester

Beyond the Paris Climate Change Conference

How can energy efficiency co-operatives contribute to achieving 2050 targets?

Manchester skyline by Graeme Cooper

Sustainability emerges as a core theme in the shared vision for Manchester's future

Sustainable design, active travel and a low carbon economy all make it in as priorities for 'Our Manchester', the new ten year strategy for the city.

Green light for Property Alliance Group's cool new neighbourhood at Piccadilly

North West based developer and Investor, Property Alliance Group (Alliance) has been give the go ahead for plans to develop a new neighbourhood close to Piccadilly that will redefine city living in Manchester.

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