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.
Amy Dawber has been appointed as Warrington Business Improvement District manager and will work with the local business community to improve the town and boost the local economy.
Community charity, Groundwork, has received funding of over £982,000 to extend the delivery of the youth employment programme, Progress, to the year 2023.
We are looking to recruit a partner who can work alongside us over the next 12 months as we refresh our Equity, diversity and inclusion plans and deliver our priority actions.
Kickstart Trainee Ben Brooker explores the impact electric cars might have on our ability to lead more environmentally sustainable lives.
Communications Trainee Alex Bond explores the future of the UK's public transport.
Burnley artisan market is set to provide a platform for small businesses, showcasing 45 small independent businesses and many award winning artisan traders.
Zach works to reduce carbon emissions and advise fuel poor homes on ways to reduce energy bills whilst keeping warm.
Dramatic and educational murals have been installed in a train station's subway to brighten up travel for passengers.
Three local environmental charities have been awarded a grant of £1,024,000 from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund to connect people with nature and deliver nature-based solutions to climate change in Manchester’s river valleys.