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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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
Manchester Friends of the Earth has a “full-group” public meeting on the second Tuesday of every month, at the Greenfish Resource Centre on Oldham St. Here’s a report, by one of the FoE co-ordinators, on the most recent meeting. Report … Continue reading
It’s that time of year – eggnog, AGMs and enforced jollity. Tuesday night saw 25 or so people attend the Manchester Friends of the Earth do at the Angel pub near the new whizz-bang “green” Co-op building (insert dubious spatial … Continue reading
Attention Conservation Notice: Grudging and belated admiration for Friends of the Earth’s innovation in its formatting of a meeting, and plug for its upcoming AGM and pub grub. Manchester Friends of the Earth holds monthly public meetings. We even made … Continue reading
Short video about Manchester Friends of the Earth‘s regular meetings. Done largely as an experiment to see how quickly you could make a film about an event. There’s a lot still to be learnt, about things like lighting, angles and … Continue reading
Short video starring Dr Alice Bows of the Sustainable Consumption Institute, ahead of the presentation she gave at tonight’s Friends of the Earth meeting.
Upcoming Event: Friends of the Earth “What’s on your plate: Cooking your dinner or the planet?” Tues Oct 9th, #Manchester
So, below is a bit of the press release for a meeting next Tuesday, from 7pm to 9pm at the Green Fish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LE (two minutes walk from Piccadilly Gardens). It’s based around a … Continue reading
Shameless cut and paste below of a Manchester Friends of the Earth press release about something happening in the Northern Quarter on Friday. PARK(ing) Day: Want fifty shades of green, not fifty shades of grey? On Friday 21st September, Manchester … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago Manchester Friends of the Earth* held a public meeting with lots of knowledgeable speakers and a question and answer session. FoE member Damian Cross very promptly put up an event report, which we’ve only just … Continue reading
Manchester City Council’s dominant Labour group has passed a radically-amended motion about “fracking,” a controversial process of accessing hard-to-reach natural gas. The original motion, which called on the Council to “declare itself a ‘Fracking-Free Zone’,” was put forward by one … Continue reading