Extinction Rebellion protesters glued themselves to the BBC building in Media City today.
The owner of a zero-waste store in Sale has hosted the first zero-waste pop-up shop in Irlam, in hopes Salford residents being more eco-friendly.
A Salford businesswoman is urging people to ditch non-recyclable wrapping paper for more environmentally friendly alternatives.
Salford families are being encouraged to replant and recycle trees this year. Workers at Woodheys Christmas Trees have made wooden […]
Two years worth of developments for a busy Salford road plan to help the city cut back even further on […]
The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder as winter closes in. It’s the time of year […]
The village of Boothstown is host to just one of many Repair Cafés across the UK, an international movement encouraging […]
A Salford-based family business delivers traditional glass bottles of milk in an effort to cut down the amount of plastic […]
The Mersey Rivers Trust is organising a clear up of the debris in the River Irwell near Kersal Wetlands that […]
The friends of Lightoaks park community group planted trees this weekend as part of their Big Climate Fightback. Manchester and […]