Climate Change

25th November 2022 | By Joe Hylton

Confronting climate change along Manchester’s famous Curry Mile

A vibrant, multicultural and diverse street in the heart of confronting Climate Change. Manchester’s famous Curry Mile runs through the centre of Rusholme and is...


8th August 2022 | By Alex Bradley

Climate activism and local politics in Manchester: a relationship working towards environmental justice

Manchester is one of the cities in the UK that is leading the fight against climate change. The Labour-led council has introduced a wave of policies...


20th July 2022 | By Phoebe Rawding

Is sustainability the future of the fast fashion industry?

(Header image courtesy of S4S Project)   Sustainability has become a buzzword in fashion over the past couple of years with it dominating social media platforms...


20th February 2022 | By Alimat Akanni

School in the North Manchester area aims to be 20 years ahead of the nation by becoming carbon neutral by 2030

A school in the Higher Blackley has announced am action plan with the intention of becoming carbon neutral by 2030, 20 years ahead of the rest of...


12th November 2021 | By George Walden

Students from Manchester Metropolitan University represent global leaders in their own virtual COP26 summit

Students from Manchester Metropolitan University put themselves froward to take part in a mock version of Cop26 climate change summit.  The summit, hosted in Glasgow, served as...


12th November 2021 | By George Walden

Manchester Friends of Earth activists take protest to COP26 summit

Members of an award-winning Manchester environment group held protests in Glasgow while world leaders gathered at Cop26. Friends of the Earth campaigns have won six awards...


28th October 2021 | By Alex Bradley

Manchester city council behind on quarterly reductions in carbon emissions

Manchester’s environment and climate change scrutiny committee was told that the council is unlikely to meet its quarterly reductions in carbon emissions. The council has already...

COP26 graffiti

28th October 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Man Met delegation prepares for COP26 to set target for net zero carbon emissions

A group of specialists in climate change and sustainability at Man Met are travelling to Glasgow to take part in the UN climate change conference...


20th October 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Manchester Met students act as key players in mock COP26 climate change summit

A Man Met Mock COP26 event gave students the opportunity to play the roles of members of the government, global activists and economists. The conference, which took...


23rd March 2021 | By Ruby Fandino

Wake up and smell the roses: how the pandemic is emphasising the importance of nature

Grateful for its calming green and melodic chirping, credit is owed to our old friends flora and fauna for carrying us through the endless lockdowns. Now more than ever,...