The event provided the opportunity for people to speak to experts in the sector, to gain inspiration from peers and to find out what you can do as an individual, business and organisation to play your part in Greater Manchester’s climate change plans.
“This is a job for us all, businesses, community organisations, and citizens old and young. We all need to take action now, both individually and collectively, to deliver our aspirations.
“The 2018 Green Summit proved to me that Greater Manchester really cares about our environment and how our future will affect the next generation. Next year I would like to declare the date when the region will become carbon neutral and climate resilient, an ambition which will challenge us all.”
Alex Ganotis, leader of Stockport Council and Green City Region lead added:
“By taking action now, we can ensure that we put in place those measures which will make the most impact, provide people with green growth opportunities and prepare the region for a cleaner, greener future.”