Mark Hillsdon explores the University of Salford's innovative 'space to think'.
Platform reports on a roundtable in Marple where local people and activists got to share their views and concerns with Labour’s lead on climate change.
Things are changing in Pendleton. Here, we talk to Salford University’s Head of Industrial Partnerships, Mike Taylor, and Salford City Council’s Programme Director Paul Longshaw on the history of the area and what lies ahead in its future.
International “first” solar licence deal will cut electricity bills for up to 4,500 homes in Greater Manchester by around £40m
Council leaders, housing associations and Japanese technologists meet in Wigan to formally launch 600-home renewable heat project.
Ashley Crumbley on the challenges faced by the GM Low Carbon Hub's Buildings Group and our city region's building stock.
Robin Lawler is chief executive of Northwards Housing and deputy chair of GMLCH's buildings group. He tells Clare Wiley what's being done to reduce carbon emissions from buildings across the region.
Michael O'Doherty profiles the work being done to deliver large scale, sustainable retrofit across the city region's domestic housing stock.
Baron Frankal on the economics of our housing market and the rise and rise of the 'rentysomethings'.
Mark Hillsdon reports on this year's Carbon Active event, part of Manchester's ambitious Carbon Literacy Project.