Fashion is the second most damaging industry in the world. Amelia Dunn explores fast fashion, and offers some sustainable alternatives.
Save money for yourself and save the planet with Want Not Waste, the new zero-waste store in the SU
Curry Mile shisha cafes given heavy fines after breaching planning regulations for smoking within indoor premises
The Mayor has assured drivers that the charge is not a substitute for a congestion charge
Amelia Kent explores the impact that the Brexit deal might have on environmental legislation
An environmentally friendly Christmastime is becoming more and more important as climate change prevails — Byron Gamble suggests greener alternatives to your holiday traditions
The arrests were made after several protestors blocked the roads in central Manchester
This week, Sainsbury’s puts ‘barbecue flavoured crickets’ on their shelves across Manchester. Could insects be the answer for our environmental issues?
Big businesses in Greater Manchester such as Aldi have pledged their intentions to help Manchester become a more sustainable and green city.
Megan Robinson assesses Drax’s recent attempt to minimise carbon emissions using carbon capture technology.
Using a paper straw and bag for life can’t undo the damage of fishing, argues Cara Conte
The University has recently been funded to solve the issue of plastic consumption and the prevalence of micro-plastics in urban environments.
Online lender Quick Quid has ‘redesigned’ some UK bank notes with endangered animals on to raise awareness about conservation
Following critique of David Attenborough’s stance on climate action, Sophie Marriott argues that we shouldn’t be so reliant on celebrities making political statements to guide our social consciousness
It has been announced that British natural historian Sir David Attenborough will take the first ever ‘People’s Seat’ at this months UN climate conference (COP24) in Katowice, Poland
Editor Jacklin Kwan looks at the history of how society has come to face an existential environmental threat at the hands of climate change. Could things have been different?
A Freedom of Information request by The Mancunion has revealed that the University invested £9.9m this year in fossil fuel and oil companies