Title Spearheading national thinking on nature Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet Greater Manchester Low Carbon Hub: Culture, Green & blue spaces, Living and Society Media type Web Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 29/09/17 Description A multi-million pound North West project is spearheading the latest Government thinking on the environment.
Senior advisor at Natural England Amanda Wright said The Carbon Landscape is “restoring and reconnecting people and wildlife and instilling pride in the community.”
Amanda was speaking at the launch of the Carbon Landscape at the Lancashire Mining Museum, where 70 guests, partners and staff were celebrating a project that will continue the transformation of huge areas of Salford, Warrington and Wigan.
Producer/Author Anne Selby, Chief Executive Lancashire Wildlife Trust URL gmlch.ontheplatform.org.uk/article/spearheading-national-thinking-nature Persons Anne Selby Title Ex-industry eco-masterplan Degree of recognition Local Media name/outlet Wigan Today Media type Web Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 29/09/17 Description An ambitious project which aims to transform the skyline of Wigan, Salford and Warrington has been launched. The Carbon Landscape will restore nature to areas transformed by industries like coal-mining, peat extraction and iron and steel production and includes further improvements to Wigan flashes and Chat Moss at Astley. URL www.wigantoday.net/news/ex-industry-eco-masterplan-1-8779110 Persons Joanne Tippett
|Title||Launch of the Carbon Landscape|
|Location||Lancashire Mining Museum, Astley Green, Wigan, United Kingdom|
|Period||28 Sep 2017 → 28 Sep 2017|
Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms
- Manchester Urban Institute