Greater Manchester at COP26
Greater Manchester’s Ambition to Level Up, becoming the UK’s Leading Green City Region
Greater Manchester’s political, civic and business leaders are attending the COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Achieving net zero and levelling up are twin priorities for the UK government and for Greater Manchester.
We believe that a green economy is a levelled-up economy; meeting our carbon neutral targets and achieving net zero across transport, housing and infrastructure will be fundamental to truly levelling up.
We need Government support to achieve this systemic transition as we work towards our target of achieving net zero carbon neutrality by 2038.
Greater Manchester is the city region where people and businesses can easily realise their net zero ambitions as a place to live, work, study and invest. We are developing a model others can follow.
Find Out More About Our Plans
International Mayors Panel Discussion at COP26
Register for From Industrial Cities to a Green Urban Revolution, 11 November. Hosted by GM Mayor Andy Burnham and Glasgow leader Cllr Susan Aitken.
GM Green City
Greater Manchester is adopting a clear and ambitious approach to climate action with individual, community, educational and industry action at its heart.
Investing In Sustainable growth
Stockport MDC is one example of how we’re investing in places across Greater Manchester in a sustainable way.
Greater Manchester Local Energy Market
Ambitious plans to revolutionise energy networks across the city-region are taking shape and accelerating.
Destination Bee Network
Find out how a London-style transport system to level-up Greater Manchester will be delivered in partnership with government.
Retrofit Skills Hub
Training people to provide new skills and employment opportunities and to ensure the region’s homes and buildings are fit for a low-carbon future.
Green Homes Grant
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has secured £10.3 million of funding to run the Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery scheme in Greater Manchester in partnership with E.ON.
Bee Net Zero
An ambitious commitment to making the city-region the easiest place in the UK to become a green business.
Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership
GM LEP brings together business and civic leaders to deliver jobs, growth and prosperity for Greater Manchester.
The Ignition Project
A ground-breaking project that aims to develop innovative financing solutions for investment in Greater Manchester’s natural environment.
Latest Case Studies
Greater Manchester transport leaders have approved £2.55m for the delivery of a new cycling and walking bridge spanning the River Irwell in Radcliffe. The new structure, which will run adjacent to Rectory Lane, will replace an old footbridge previously damaged in the...
Young people across Greater Manchester are invited to come together at the North West Net Zero Youth Conference 2023 to help accelerate action towards net zero. The event is aiming to bring together 100 young people aged 13-19 from across the Northwest to share their...
Greater Manchester has become the first place in England to bring its buses back under public control after nearly 40 years of deregulation, with the launch of the historic Bee Network. It's hoped the Bee Network will contribute to in radical improvements to the...