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Greater Manchester Green Summit 2020: The Highlights

Last week we saw the Greater Manchester Green Summit 2020 which took place over four days. This year for the first time ever all our content, including presentations, talking heads, in-depth interviews and live Q&As were online where people could tune in from their homes.

Green Summit 2020

Green Summit 2020 to Set Agenda for Tackling Climate Emergency

Greater Manchester will set out the next steps to achieving net-zero carbon at the Green Summit 2020, taking place online from 21-24 September.

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Celebrating World Environment Day 2020

This World Environment Day, we’re celebrating Greater Manchester’s work towards the Five-Year Environment Plan.

Hubbub Grab Your Cup campaign

How Reusable Cups Could Save 150m Paper Cups a Year

This week, environmental charity Hubbub announced its ambition to double the uptake of reusable cups for hot drinks.

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Mission Based Approach to delivering the Five Year Environment Plan for GM

One of Greater Manchester’s unique assets, one that differentiates us from other City Region’s, is the strength, depth and longevity of our partnerships. 

Greater Manchester Green Summit: Day Summary

Greater Manchester’s ground-breaking Green Summit brought industry and community leaders together to debate and discuss sustainability issues affecting the region, generating bold and ambitious pledges and a powerful sense of optimism regarding the future of our environment.

Prestigious award win for GM Smart Communities (NEDO)

A joint project between GMCA and Japan’s New Energy Development Organisation (NEDO) has won the national CIBSE Award for best collaborative project.

Event: Our Faith, Our Planet, Our Community

Join us on Monday 25th September at Manchester Cathedral for a special event where you can find out more about contributing to Manchester's plans to become a healthier, greener and more resilient city.

Partnership collaborates to change Greater Manchester food for the better

Following the launch of the Good Food Greater Manchester Partnership in 2016, the Good Food Greater Manchester Interim Board is looking forward to engaging with the wider Greater Manchester community (individuals, organisations and businesses) to promote ‘Good Food’ and push forward on its priorities in the coming year.

Natural Course: an integrated approach to water management in Greater Manchester and beyond

Natural Course is a ground-breaking collaborative water management project between the GMCA, the Environment Agency, Natural England, United Utilities and the Rivers Trust.

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