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Tag Archives: GMCA Environment Plan
Today at Salford’s Lowry centre, Mayor Andy Burnham’s second Green Summit takes place. It will launch the Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s 5-year Environment Plan. Climate campaigners in Greater Manchester have considered it and found it lacking. GM-CAN, the umbrella grouping … Continue reading →
GMCA’s draft Environment Plan for 2019-2024. A guest commentary by Peter Somerville The Greater Manchester Combined Authority has published a Draft 5-year Environment Plan for 2019 to 2014. This is the first Environment Plan that the Authority has produced, and … Continue reading →