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Neil McInroy

Q&A: Neil McInroy, Centre for Local Economic Strategies

The Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) is a national independent think tank and charity based in Manchester. Clare Wiley meets CEO Neil McInroy to discuss poverty, social justice and sustainability

Pedalling into prosperity: the economics of cycling

Steve Connor reports on the social and economic benefits we can expect from increased levels of cycling across Greater Manchester and why it makes economic sense to invest in cycling infrastructure.

Cutting carbon emissions

MACF's thematic and monitoring groups report back on what is being done to help the city move closer to its carbon emissions reduction target.

Why we should all campaign for safe cycle routes to schools

Melissa Henry reports on Sustrans' recent Campaign for Safer Streets.

Sustainability: an uncertain future?

Felix Hulse reports on young people's attitudes towards sustainability.

The Carbon Classroom

Mark Hillsdon reports on this year's Carbon Active event, part of Manchester's ambitious Carbon Literacy Project.

Skyline

RENEW Northwest's legacy lives on

RENEW Northwest allow access to their archives, encouraging professionals in regeneration to learn from their experiences.

Religion is a force for good. Discuss.

Upcoming event: Manchester's new debating 'salon' takes on the secular question at Albert's Chop House in June.

Autumnwatch 2013

Programming sustainability at the BBC: Albert, cultural change and technology

The Alternative? Beth Perry meets Richard Smith, Sustainable Production Manager at the BBC and considers the relationship between technology and cultural change.

All aboard for Eco Homes tour

Mark Hillsdon reports on Carbon Co-ops Eco-home events and bus tours.

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