How can your vote affect the environment? Ask your local candidates to take our survey.

17th April 2012
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(STOP PRESS: Interim results available)

In the run up to the local elections in Greater Manchester, we’re asking candidates about their policies on climate change, food, waste and sustainable transport. The results will be made available on this website, so that voters can see which candidates best represent their concerns on important environmental issues.

Manchester Friends of the Earth campaigns on a wide range of issues relating to sustainabilty and social justice including climate change, corporate responsibility, real food, trade justice, sustainable transport, aviation and waste & recycling. We believe that voters in Greater Manchester should have information on the policies of local election candidates on these issues.

 

Are you a local election candidate?

If you are standing in the election, please take a moment to complete the complete the survey so that your potential voters can make well informed decisions on 3rd May.

The deadline for candidates to complete the survey was Tuesday 24th April. 

UPDATE: We have released the interim results.  We wouldd encourage any candidates who have not yet completed the survey to give us their views and we will publish the updated results.

 

Are you a Greater Manchester voter?

Please ask the local election candidates in your area to complete the complete the survey.

Not sure which local ward you live in?  Enter your postcode here to find out.