The Manchester Climate Change Board is responsible for overseeing and championing the delivery of Manchester’s Climate Change Strategy for 2017-50.
Manchester is a city committed to action on climate change. In 2009 residents and businesses came together to produce the city’s first ever climate change strategy, Manchester: A Certain Future. In January 2016, just one month after the Paris Agreement, we committed to ‘become a zero carbon city by 2050’.
More information at manchesterclimate.com/MCCB
The Board aims to work with the Manchester Climate Change Agency, Manchester Climate Change Ambassadors and other relevant partners to ensure that Manchester develops and successfully implements a city climate change strategy that is consistent with the Paris Agreement and Manchester’s aim to play its full part in limiting the impacts of climate change, locally and globally. And to ensure that this strategy is built on the views of city stakeholders and the latest science.
See here for the terms of reference of the Board.
Climate Change Youth Board
Six members of the Manchester Climate Change Board are designated as the Manchester Climate Change Youth Board.
The Climate Change Board as managed by the Manchester Climate Change Agency which is a Community Interest Company.