AGMA approves climate change agency

By Andrew Cooke

The Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) has approved the establishment of a Greater Manchester Climate Change Agency. The decision comes in response to the city’s “Mini-Stern Report,” which identified that the cost to the city region of not making interventions could cost an estimated £20bn over the next 12 years. Steve Turner, head of carbon economy at the Commission for the New Economy will lead in the development of the agency.

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