Manchester failed to meet its carbon emmissions targets over the pandemic and is on track to the century’s carbon budget in just 5 years
£95 million in funding has been given to the Henry Royce Institute by the government
An ambitious report by the Royal Academy of Engineering and Royal Society states that the UK could become carbon-neutral by 2050.
According to an investigation by Greenpeace, the University of Manchester has taken £27.7 million in funds from large fossil fuel companies including BP and Shell
The campaigners are calling on the University to “divest from the fossil fuel industry and shift funds to lower risk, ethical investments within 5 years.”
Research by the Manchester Fossil Free Campaign has found that the university’s shares in oil companies total £9.5 million. A further £29.5 million is invested in fossil fuels through pension funds
Victoria Root tells us how easy it would be to move to a greener economy. A recent surge in renewable technology shows that a solution to climate change is possible, so why is nothing being done about it? The planet’s temperature is predicted to rise by around 1.9 degrees Celsius and we must cut carbon […]

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