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Greater Manchester Combined Authority

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… as you can • Reduce the amount of food you wasteSupport local food growing and redistribution initiatives and organisations Businesses and other organisations • Review your processes to look where you can make efficiencies in design and production. • Make sure sustainability is part of your procurement policy • Take action to reduce the amount of food your organisation wastes

… economy, recycling 65% of our municipal waste by 2035 and reducing the amount of waste we produce. 4. Natural environment: To protect, maintain and enhance our natural environment for all our benefit, taking steps to implement and achieve environmental net gain. 5. Resilience and adaptation to climate change: To be prepared for the impacts of climate change and already be adapting…

… by 2038 Net zero carbon region by 2038 Climate Change Construction Natural Capital EducationManufacturing and Materials Grow-your-own tree-based sustainable drainage systems Digital and Media Health Energy Linked industries exchange waste products in a circular market Clean inner and outer-city transit links prioritising walkability and demographic need Greater Manchester…

… of building a thriving and sustainable city region, we need to promote economic and resource productivity, eliminate waste and increase business opportunities through innovation, which in turn will stimulate skills development and jobs. The damage done to our environment caused by waste products can be if avoided if more sustainable decisions are made at the production stage. To tackle…

… sustainably, moving to a circular economy Priority 2: Becoming more responsible consumers Priority 3: Managing our waste as sustainably as possible SUMMARY OF OUR PRIORITIES Priority 4: Reducing unnecessary food waste Priority 1: • 50-77% reduction in industrial emissions (38% by 2025). SUMMARY OF THE SCALE OF THE CHALLENGE Priority 3: • Achieve a recycling rate of 65…


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