An international cycle tour will set off from Manchester Town Hall on Saturday 15 March in a bid to raise awareness of the need to create a nuclear free world.
Manchester City Council welcomes plans to clean up former landfill sites which have lain derelict for decades and transform them into usable land that will benefit residents.
Heaton Park is to benefit from major improvements under projects funded by a £14.5m airport windfall.
Residents who want to help keep Manchester litter-free are being offered grants to run regular clean-up events funded by an airport windfall.
A huge pile of rubbish collected from Manchester city centre’s streets over a single week will be put on display to launch a huge campaign to crack down on the problem.
Manchester City Council has set out ambitious plans to reduce its carbon emissions over the next three years.
Projects aimed at cutting litter and improving public spaces have become some of the first schemes to be funded from a £14.5m airport windfall.
Children across Manchester have helped raise money for their schools by recycling four tonnes of old clothes.
New Clean and Green Places fund to be spent on a better managed environment for the city.
A woman has been ordered to pay £560 after being caught dumping litter on a street in Gorton.
Green measures introduced by Manchester City Council have produced carbon emission reductions equivalent to driving around the world 120 times.