Whether you're a business, a community organisation, a school or just an interested individual, BEAT has a huge range of help, advice and services to draw upon in the arena of climate change, waste and conservation.
The Bradford Metropolitan District Council website provides information for local people on the range of services provided by the council. It also includes a substantial section for visitors and tourists.
Calderdale Climate Challenge is a government funded project, to help the people of Calderdale become aware of the causes of climate change, and help them become more environmentally aware.
The Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council website offers residents and visitors a wealth of information on local services, entertainment, history and commerce.
Community Forests Northwest is a charitable trust that supports the three forestry initiatives (Pennine Edge Forest, Red Rose Forest and The Mersey Forest) to continue their vital work, increasing tree cover across the Northwest region and involving the local communities and businesses in the creation of attractive environments in which they can thrive.
The Forestry Commission’s website includes a range of information about forestry and woodland including grant information and application, guidance on plant health and tree diseases, plus sites to visit and events and activities.
The Green Business Network is a not-for-profit business support organisation delivering environmental advice and projects. It has attracted national interest through innovative schemes that combine social inclusion, environmental protection and economic achievement.
Pronounced 'gruff' as in Billy Goat, grough is a website dedicated to publishing the best in news and views from the outdoor world.
Incredible Edible Todmorden aims to increase the amount of local food grown and eaten in Todmorden. Local businesses, schools, farmers and the whole Todmorden community are all involved.
Set up in 2004 with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Nature Detectives started as a phenological recording scheme (noting the dates of seasonal events) for children.
The Oldham Council website provides residents and visitors with information on local services, news, history and events.
The website for High Peak Borough Council in Derbyshire, UK, providing 24 hour service to preserve quality of life for residents.
Pennine Prospects was established in 2005 to support the regeneration of the South Pennines and exists to protect the built, natural and cultural heritage of the South Pennines and to provide a link between urban and rural regeneration.
Red Rose is the community forest which includes the cities of Manchester and Salford and the boroughs of Bolton, Bury, Trafford and Wigan. The website provides details of their activities and achievements as well as forward planning.
The Rochdale Council website provides residents and visitors with information on local services, news, history and includes information and contact details for recreational sites throughout the borough.
The Stockport Council website provides residents and visitors with information on local services, news, history and includes information on some of the major parks and country parks in the borough.
The Tameside Council website provides residents and visitors with information on local services, news, history and includes information about the countryside, events and activities and visitor centres within the borough.
The Tree Council was founded in 1974 to improve the environment in town and country by promoting the planting and conservation of trees and woods.
Founded in 1972 The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage.
The site provides information about United Utilities, details of the company and their roles and responsibilities as a utility company.
The Upper Calder Valley Renaissance, covering the five townships of Walsden, Todmorden, Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd and Sowerby Bridge, is a bold, long-term plan to regenerate the area into a vibrant world class location.
VisitBradford.com is the official visitor website for Bradford District. The website is managed and updated by the Tourism Marketing Team in the Culture Tourism and Sport Department of Bradford Council.
Visit Bronte Country is the official website of the Bronte Country Partnership. From Bradford to the Pennine moors, Bronte Country is a jewel just waiting to be discovered.
Part of the Calderdale MBC website, this is a guide to the attractions on offer in Calderdale. From art galleries to garden centres, there's something to appeal to all the family.
YHREF was formed in 2001 to coordinate and represent the views of a wide range of organisations for whom a key interest is in the advancement of environmental conditions in the Yorkshire and Humber region and the social and economic value of such changes.
The official Yorkshire Tourist Board website. A comprehensive guide to Yorkshire, a region with breathtaking countryside, exciting cities, stunning coastline and amazing history around every corner.