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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Not ’bout Manchester, but the bigger picture… Indian eco-feminist and activist Vandana Shiva gets her points across well in this four minute video.
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Manchester Metropolitan University has moved up 7 places in a “Green Universities” League Table” released today. The Green League Table, run by People and Planet, “the largest student network in Britain campaigning to end world poverty, defend human rights and … Continue reading
Attention Conservation Notice: This is an account of a two hour ‘debate’ about Manchester’s digital future. Nobody brought up climate change as an Issue. A panel consisting of Dave Carter (Manchester Digital Development Agency), Dave Mee (Madlab) Tim Roberts (I-Com) … Continue reading
MCFly co-editor Marc Hudson attends a meeting with muscle relaxants mentioned in the title, but comes away neither relaxed or impressed. Wrap your thinking gear around this quote from the eco-thriller “Zdt” Wrong. Nature in the Middle Ages was a … Continue reading
1. What is Ecological Modernisation? According to wikipedia, font of all reliable information, Ecological Modernisation (EM) is “an optimistic, reform-oriented school of environmental social science that has gained increasing attention among scholars and policymakers in the last several decades in … Continue reading
The environmental businesses support organisation Enworks talks to MCFly co-editor Arwa Aburawa about its success, its struggles, and why now is the (cheapest) time for businesses to take action on environmental issues. Now in its tenth year, Enworks has been … Continue reading