The ‘Youth in a Changing Climate’ report has examined the perspectives of young people between the ages 16-25 years in the UK on climate change and discusses barriers which prevent young people from taking climate action.
The report argues that the Levelling Up and climate change agendas should be working hand-in-hand with each other. Local areas should be empowered to build economies that are both green and inclusive, according to their distinct needs and opportunities.
Blog by Groundwork's UK Chief Executive, Graham Duxbury
On Friday 1 October 2021 energy prices are set to rise as the energy price cap increases. This change coincides with the end of the furlough scheme and a Universal Credit payment cut of £20 per week which will reduce household incomes for those on the scheme.
The report highlights that community plays a vital role in facilitating connections between households in need of advice and services and programmes designed to help them.
We are looking for marketing agency or collective of agencies who can deliver the marketing and communications for the Northwich BID.
Thanks to funding from the We Love MCR Charity the Eco-Streets competition is now able to support a further two communities from within the borough of the City of Manchester.
From urban farming to plant-based diets, Manchester's new wave of sustainable activists have a bright vision for the city's future.
Our 2020 Impact Report looks back at some of the significant impacts we've made in the past five years. View the report.
Groundwork Greater Manchester are pleased to announce membership in the Manchester Nature Consortium and as such, participants in the Manchester Festival of Nature 2021.
Groundwork has awarded Electrium with the Sustainable Business Initiative - Seasoned Level, acknowledging them as sustainable business leaders, who can demonstrate sustainability best practice to their stakeholders and supply chain.
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Jarrow Hall Anglo-Saxon Farm and Village is set to open on Tuesday April 13th
Unique FY Media is a 6-week creative media programme for young people aged 16-18 in Blackpool that are not currently in Education, Employment or Training (NEET).