Greener Greater Manchester
Greater Manchester has set an ambitious target of achieving net carbon neutrality by 2038. This can be achieved through the combined efforts of people working across the region to address global challenges while protecting and enhancing the natural environment. People across the public, private and education sectors in Greater Manchester are playing a leading role in developing low carbon solutions for: smart energy, retrofitting, transport, green innovation, natural environment, aviation, green finance, and green skills.
Greener Greater Manchester aims to tell this story to national and international audiences.
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Northern Sustainability Summit to Help Businesses on Journey to Net Zero
An event to help all businesses take actionable steps on their journey to net zero is coming to Manchester Central on Monday 12 June 2023. Hosted by Manchester-based business development…
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Siemens Reveals Plans to Decarbonise Trafford Park Industrial Estate by 2038
Siemens has set a target to decarbonise Trafford Park, one of Europe’s largest industrial estates, by 2038. The work will to support Trafford Council’s aims and Greater…
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The University of Manchester Partners with National Grid in Three Net Zero Innovation Projects
The University of Manchester is a partner in three projects, to be delivered by National Grid, as part of the second ‘discovery’ phase of Ofgem’s Strategic Innovation Fund (SIF)…