Last week, The University of Manchester was named the first Carbon Literate university in the world as the 10,000 Actions programme is an accredited carbon literacy programme.
A project which trained older people to be researchers into the future of their city has won a major national award for its ground-breaking work, on a night when two other University of Manchester projects were also shortlisted.
Manchester is celebrating after being named the first carbon literate university and museum in the world.
On 30 November the annual Making a Difference Awards for social responsibility will open for entries.
Tuesday 29 November is Giving Tuesday – a chance to step aside from the consumerism of Christmas to think about giving time, money or supporting to a worthwhile cause
Returning for a 6th year, our University-wide family fun science day – Science Spectacular, welcomed over 1,421 visitors to Manchester Museum.
The Lord Morris of Manchester Memorial Inaugural Lecture was held on 3 November.
November saw the launch of the staff signature programme 10,000 Actions, the largest environmental sustainability initiative in the higher education sector.
Across the University campus there is a diverse variety of urban species.
Our 2nd Annual JustFest Film Competition launches on 1 December 2016.