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The way we use, store and buy energy is changing.
Greater Manchester is adopting a clear and ambitious approach to climate action, driven by the science and evidence but with individual, community, industry and institutional action at its heart.
We know that if we want a low-carbon future we need to work together. That’s why we’re committed to supporting projects that promote, protect and enhance the environment.
PlasticFreeGM asks businesses, organisations and individuals to pledge to take action to reduce avoidable single use plastics across Greater Manchester. PlasticFreeGM works with campaigning partners to provide information and advice to guide more sustainable choices.Find out more
The Greater Manchester Natural Capital Group is an ambassador for the natural environment. It is made up of representatives from the public, private and third sectors who are all working together to protect nature. The group gives advice to the GMCA on natural environment issues including how to stop the effects of climate change and lower emissions.Find out more
The Good Food GM partnership brings organisations together to help our city-region strategically improve our food system. Together, we’re tackling issues including procurement, food poverty, waste, environmental impacts, and diet-related illness.Find out more
Greater Manchester is taking part in the Government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Heat Network Zoning PilotFind out more
The Renew Hub at Trafford Park is helping to build Greater Manchester’s circular economy by reusing and repurposing items donated by residents, which are then sold in three Renew shops.Find out more