Annual Carbon Budget of City Council!!On Tuesday 16th July the Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Committee is "scheduled"* to examine the next City Council Annual Carbon Budget. MCFly is organising at pre-meeting at Friends Meeting House from 12.45pm. More details to follow * Last year's was delayed.
Latest Manchester Climate Monthly!
Follow us on Twitter
- Monthly Journal Overview June 2013 #Manchester #climate
- Cartoon: Pentagon plans for mass dissent, #pentagon, #police state, #climate change
- Event Report: North West Sustainable Business Quarterly, June 2013
- Stockport event: “Reducing Household Energy: Together We Can!” Sat 22nd June #climate #energy
- Crosspost: “Mapping Results” growing #food in #Trafford #kindling #technology #opendata #manchester
- Greater #Manchester “Strategy” #consultation #rant
- #Manchester City Council Consultation report – extra questions…. #scrutiny
- Video: #Manchester City Council finance #scrutiny committee #consultation
- academia Adaptation AGMA Aviation Biodiversity Book Review Campaign Update Climate Change Action Plan Democratic deficit education Energy Event reports Food Fun GM Climate Strategy humour inspire Interview Job Alert Manchester Airport Manchester City Council PMT print editions Something for the Weekend Transport Uncategorized Upcoming Events volunteer opportunity Weekly bulletins youtubes
Recent comments on t’blog
manchesterclimatemon… on Upcoming Event: #Manchester Ci… manchesterclimatemon… on Event Report: North West Susta… Patrick Sudlow on Event Report: North West Susta… Patrick Sudlow on Crosspost: “Mapping Resu… gpheby on Upcoming Event: #Manchester Ci…
TagsAction for Sustainable Living afsl Annual Stakeholder Conference Breathe Clean Air Group Bruntwood carbon coop carbon literacy Chorlton climate camp Communities and Neighbourhoods Oversight and Scrutiny Committee consultation cooler projects cycling Dave Bishop Didsbury Dinners Ecocities ecological modernisation Economy Scrutiny Committee Elections aren't difficult Environment Commission Friends of the Earth Green Deal John Broderick Kevin Anderson Kindling Trust Land Army Laurence Menhinick Madlab Manchester Evening News Manchester Friends of the Earth meetings MMU movement-building Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Committee Nigel Murphy permaculture Richard Leese Solar Panels steady-state economics steady-state manchester steady state economy Steering Group Sustainable Consumption Institute Trafford Tyndall Centre
Manchester Climate Monthly is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
- 58,088 hits
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Professor Kevin Anderson and Doctor Alice Bows are Manchester-based academics working on climate change and what its impacts will be. They have written many peer-reviewed articles and reports, and given seminars a-plenty. (We recently interviewed Kevin – read the full … Continue reading
Not ’bout Manchester, but the bigger picture… Indian eco-feminist and activist Vandana Shiva gets her points across well in this four minute video.
Hi all, next Steady State Manchester meeting; Weds 12th September at Madlab, Edge St (Northern Quarter). Drop-in from 6pm to 9.30pm, with structured activity from 7.30 to 9pm apologies to people who got a wonky (out of date) version of … Continue reading
Forty Signs of Rain Kim Stanley Robinson 2004 356 pages Kim Stanley Robinson is not a muppet. That’s important in a human being, and even more so in an author. And in an author trying to help readers exactly how … Continue reading
MCFly volunteer Sarah Irving learns about bats in one of Manchester’s loveliest parks. It’s no shock when an outdoor event in Manchester gets rained off. But at least we got to come face-to-face with a pipistrelle, Britain’s commonest bat; in … Continue reading
so, even though this below doesn’t appear on the official “mancheterclimate.com” website, we’re posting it anyhows. It’s kinda unlikely that we editors of MCFly would be there, but if you, gentle reader, go, let us know how you get on… … Continue reading
As you enter the space (a bare ground-floor office opposite Piccadilly Railway Station- MAP) the first thing you see is two buckets dangling just off the floor. On the ropes suspending them are inverted bottles of water, with nozzles that … Continue reading
So, we were invited and then dis-invited to attend the next meeting of the “Steering” “Group” (see here for the gory details). We promised instead a video, and here it is (with the script underneath). Hi Steering Groupers, sorry we … Continue reading
from a press release; If you don’t cycle and want to learn, or are returning to cycling after a few years and want to brush-up on your technique then this FREE adult cycle training could be right up your street. … Continue reading
Manchester Climate Monthly exists to inform, inspire and connect. Our vision of a fairer and “climate-safe” Manchester includes having many many more people reporting on what they – and others – are doing. We are going to try to skill-up … Continue reading