| By Dan Davies
Councillors have agreed that the city needs to take bolder steps if it is to achieve its aim of becoming the UK’s first 'tidy city' by 2020....
| By Danielle Kenneally
Manchester Met, the UK’s greenest university, has pledged to cut the use of single-use paper coffee cups which contaminate recycling bins....
| By Tom Brady
More than 50 million tress will be planted from Liverpool to Hull as the Woodland Trust look to create a gigantic new Northern Forest. Environment...
| By Miles Casey
Liberal Democrats' attempt to protect Stockport greenbelt rejected as Labour team up with Conservatives
Former Liberal Democrat MP, Mark Hunter, last night led a rebellion in Stockport council, forcing the chamber into a vote on plans to build more than...