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All 12 members of the Association of North East Councils say they support a 50p per unit minimum price, and have made strong representation to the Government on this in the recent consultation on a National Alcohol Strategy.
The Balance campaign was also supported by organisations such as the Association of North East Councils, North-east GPs and North-east publicans.
Research by the Association of North East Councils (ANEC) has produced a heat map showing how, under current proposals for grant funding, every North East council will see its spending power reduced in 2012-13.
The Association of North East Councils has backed plain packaging to reduce children smoking in the future.
The greater than expected number of schools looking to take part in the programme will see more created in the South East than in the North East, the Association of North East Councils says.
Jeremy Garside, Tees Valley Wildlife Trust chief executive Neil Smith, Association of North East Councils Councillor Dave Budd of Middlesbrough Council Sarah Gent and Alan Jones, The Energy Saving Trust Peter Sheen, Johnson Matthey Catalysts, Billingham Geoff Barber, INCA (The Industry Nature Conservation Association Brian Sutherland, Nature's World, Middles brough Matt Hogan, Revolution Power, Newton Aycliffe-based Mike Chicken, environmental manager, Stockton Council Martyn Harvey, environmental, health and safety coordinator at 3M, Newton Aycliffe Len Wilson, North East Safety Health and Environment Partnership (NESHEP)
Working together also enables the 12 local authorities that make up the Association of North East Councils to ensure that we are maintaining high standards across local government and sharing best practice so we can continue to develop and improve our services.
CCSP is a partnership between Science Learning Centre North East, Durham University, the Environment Agency (funded by the Northumbria Regional Flood Defence Committee or NRFDC), ClimateNE, One World Network North East, the North East Strategic Partnership for Sustainable Schools and the Association of North East Councils.