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.
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Category Archives: Biodiversity
It will be interesting to see how our species feeds itself when the insects that currently pollinate our crops give up the ghost. Just sayin’. From the Manchester Friends of the Earth website; Join us for a Bee Cause training … Continue reading
Madlab is this amazingly cool space in the Northern Quarter where coders and hackers* and people who just want to muck about with technology (information, bio) get together and hangout and exchange ideas and enthusiasm. A bit like bacteria swapping … Continue reading
Interview with Cassie Norman* of Save Alexandra Park Trees #Manchester #biodiversity #campaigning – er, Nolan!!
Every month we publish an interview with a local activist in the print edition of Manchester Climate Monthly. Here’s a sneak preview of the March edition, with Cassie Norman Nolan, one of the many people who have been involved in … Continue reading
Upcoming Event: Why? Bee Cause! #Manchester Weds 20th Feb 6.30pm #biodiversity #campaigning @ManchesterFoE
You’d think that our species would understand that it’s not going to have much of a future if we wipe out the species which pollinate our crops. Apparently not. Some of the people making the decisions on behalf of our … Continue reading
Razing trees and credibility: Alexandra Park protest, Sat 9th February #Manchester #mcc #insultation #consultation
Sat 9th February: Over a hundred people who live around Alexandra Park attended something between a protest and wake today. Organised by the Save Alexandra Park Trees group, the peaceful gathering bore witness to the handiwork of the chainsaws sent … Continue reading
Arwa Aburawa, co-editor of Manchester Climate Monthly, has a new article looking at the Mersey Valley, Alexandra Park and the bigger picture. You can read it here. I think it’s very good, but then I may not be completely impartial… … Continue reading
Repost: “Protesters camp in Alexandra Park to stop further tree felling” #Manchester #democracy #bioshamversity
This is a repost from here. Protesters camp in Alexandra park to stop further tree felling Posted on January 31, 2013 by cultureprobe With a film crew from BBC Northwest Tonight, around 80 local people of all ages and backgrounds who … Continue reading
Two must-read articles about Alexandra Park, where the chainsaws are moving in… (See our previous editorial on the subject here). From the Hulme Green Party, “Alex Park protesters take to trees to stop “Felling Vandalism” Manchester Green Party Chair Deyika … Continue reading
“If a tree falls in a park”; Alexandra Park, #Manchester City Council and changes – political, cultural & #climate
The Save Alexandra Park Trees group has sent out this press release: Residents of Whalley Range horrified as Manchester City Council arrive today with chainsaws to fell up to 400 trees as part of the Alexandra Park Development. Residents have … Continue reading
An interesting presentation about the concerns of local residents around the City Council’s basically unannounced plans to chop down a lot of trees in Alexandra Park. (We linked to the initial petition here, and published “another view” as well – … Continue reading