Manchester Scientists call for action against rise of ‘extinction denial’

Scientists must fight back against a rising tide of ‘extinction denial’ propagated by people seeking to downplay the impacts and magnitude of the biodiversity...

Fine to flush -Wet Wipes to get logo in war against Fatbergs

The fight against fatbergs has received a major boost with the publication of a new official standard identifying which wet wipes can...

Dirty Old Town? Salford is greener than you think

Salford City Council has released aerial footage to encourage people to visit hidden gems in the city. The five minute video, filmed on a drone,...

Conservationists condemn dangerous and illegal shoot on Astley Moss

Conservationists have reacted with anger over a pheasant shoot on a 'fragile' nature reserve. Reserve Officer Martyn Walker said:...

Greater Manchester authorities today made renewed calls on government to commit funding to the...

Following the announcement of a new Environment Bill in yesterday’s Queen’s speech, Greater Manchester authorities today made renewed calls on government to commit funding...

Final episode of Perfect Planet inspires Manchester stunt to highlight climate change

A giant billboard promoting Sir David Attenborough’s awe-inspiring earth science series, A Perfect Planet, was spectacularly highjacked in central Manchester this evening. BBC Creative, the...

Hand car washes could be polluting the environment

With estimates that there are between 10,000 and 20,000 hand car washes in operation in the UK, The House of Commons Envoronment Audit Committee is...

‘Carbon bubble’ coming that could wipe trillions from the global economy – study

Rates of technological change in energy efficiency and renewable power are likely to cause a sudden drop in demand for fossil fuels, potentially sparking...

Vanload of Amazon plastic packaging dumped in our oceans every 70 minutes report finds

Up to 22.44 million pounds of Amazon’s plastic packaging waste entered and polluted the world’s freshwater and marine ecosystems in 2019, the equivalent of...

Cruise ships must be effectively regulated to minimise serious environment and health impact

The cruise ship industry should be subject to global monitoring and effective legislation because of its continuous increasing impact on both the environment and...