GB Q&A: Less cars and zero carbon in Oxford

Government Business talks to Councillor Tom Hayes about Britain’s first Zero Emission Zone and reducing road transport in Oxford

GB Q&A: Tackling climate change and going green in Brighton

GB talks to Councillor Phélim Mac Cafferty, leader of Brighton & Hove City Council, about moving towards a green recovery in Brighton

How open data challenge funds can help level up the UK

Tris Dyson examines how local government can collaborate to solve some of the challenges set out in the Levelling Up white paper

Focusing more on events which bring communities together

Chris Clarke, Policy Researcher at HOPE not hate, argues that we need to focus more on events which bring communities together

Adapting to survive – What did COP26 achieve?

Laura Hughes, partner at Browne Jacobson, discusses the key takeaways for local government at November’s COP26

GB Q&A: Net Zero action in West Yorkshire

GB talks to Tracy Brabin, Mayor of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, about Net Zero ambitions, local collaboration and tackling food waste

GB Q&A: Bristol and the road to net zero

Government Business talks to Councillor Nicola Beech about sustainability, local collaboration and reaching net zero in Bristol by 2030

Climate change: why is adaption key?

Charlie McNelly & Rob Franklin explain how local authorities can embark on their net zero journeys

Levelling up – bringing the buzzword to life

Rob Whiteman, CIPFA CEO, details the opportunity to bring public services closer together to better meet the needs of local areas

Media City UK, Manchester

What should the eight newly elected metro mayors focus on to help their cities build back better? Andrew Carter explores

Assessing mayoral candidates in Greater Manchester

As part of the local elections on 6 May, the people of Greater Manchester will be electing a regional mayor. Here are the candidates

Birmingham: City, community and the Commonwealth Games

Ian Ward speaks to GB about the Birmingham City Council's 2022 Commonwealth Games plans and capitalising on culture in the region

Edinburgh, emissions and net zero by 2030

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

Nottingham and the 2028 Carbon Neutral Action Plan

We spoke to Cllr Sally Longford about Nottingham City Council’s 2028 Carbon Neutral Action Plan and an increase in walking and cycling

Providing a roadmap for local authorities

Anique Bravenboer, alliance manager at Yotta, explains the importance of keeping services up and running in the lockdown and beyond


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