Date for Your Diary: Weds 22nd MayProfessor Kevin Anderson of the Tyndall Centre will be talking to the Economy Scrutiny Committee of Manchester City Council about climate change, steady state economics and so on. This is a crucial opportunity for you to see (and help!) democracy in action. Ish. The meeting is at 10am, at Manchester Town Hall. You do NOT need to book a ticket, be a Manchester rate payer or anything like that! More details to follow...
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The Steering Group, which is tasked with implementing the city-wide climate change action plan, insists that it is not a public body to be scrutinised Here at MCFly, we like to ask questions. Lots of lots of them to lots … Continue reading
The Steering Group announced that it will be holding elections for its members. In a surprising policy u-turn, during today’s stakeholder conference, Steve Connor, chair of the 32-member Steering Group, said that they are currently “exploring election mechanisms” so that … Continue reading
You know how we wrote our “final word” on the Steering Group last week? Well, we lied. The Steering Group, set up in June 2010, has recently expanded. None of the people who applied was rejected, so it’s now 30 … Continue reading
After bitterly-fought contests in which mud was slung and babies were kissed … No, but seriously; Manchester Friends of the Earth held its Annual General Meeting and Christmas Social tonight. No mud was slung, nor babies kissed. The event was … Continue reading