GB talks to Adam McVey about plans to be a net-zero carbon Capital City by 2030 and creating a cleaner, greener and fairer future in Edinburgh
Lee Marshall looks at why lockdown provided an opportunity as much as a challenge for those in the waste management sector
Daniel Gillett from urges the government seize the opportunities e-cycles offer by helping to make them a more realistic way of travelling for more people
Sue Morgan, Executive Director of the Design Council, discusses the relationship between health and well-being and active travel
Suzanne Simmons explains why the Covid-19 crisis may well shape our response to urban trees and green space supply
More than two in three parents say they have seen their children’s physical activity levels decrease during lockdown.
The government has announced that nearly three million children in England to be supported by mental health support teams in schools.
Young adults supervised by the probation service will receive specialist support at a new £3 million centre to reduce reoffending.
The government ‘lacks a plan for how it will achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050’ despite setting the target in law almost two years ago.
Leeds City Council has welcomed the news that Leeds will be the home of the country’s first-ever infrastructure bank.
Hannah Blythyn has announced a £15.2 million ‘placemaking’ funding package to help Wales’s town centres build back better.
Over £70 million is to be invested into weight management services, enabling up to 700,000 adults to have access to support that can help them to lose weight.
A new £30 million investment will help more than 250,000 disabled people in the country benefit from greater access to life-enhancing Changing Places toilets.
In this article, Sascha Giese highlights the trends that are likely to shape the public sector in 2021
Fay Holland details the benefits of creating more and better green spaces which are accessible to the UK’s left behind communities
Paul Cahill outlines his best-practice tips for how to minimise the business and reputational fallout of a cyber breach
Andrew Smith, Pillar Lead Research - Environment and Sustainability at CCS, reveals some of the ways government can achieve sustainability
In this blog Jason Liggins, Crown Hosting at Crown Commercial Service explains how you can save money and the environment
Sue Robb of 4Children talks to Julie Laughton and Alison Britton from the Department for Education about the role of childminders in delivering the 30 hours free entitlement.
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