Monthly Archives: October 2011

Weather Vs Climate: Food, Nuclear Power and Thin Threads Of Hope

MCFly went to the ‘Weather vs Climate’ event organised as part of the Manchester Science Festival on Thursday Oct 27. The first part of the event was a strange mix between a bad science lesson and cheap kids’ party. The … Continue reading

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Solar Power and The Right to “No”?

Manchester City Council is going ahead with a scheme to install solar panels across a swathe of North Manchester properties, to be in place before the end of March 2012. A councillor who asked whether tenants would have the right … Continue reading

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We’re back!

Manchester Climate Fortnightly (2008-2010) is dead! Long live Manchester Climate… Monthly. Publishing on the first Monday of the month, with its first issue in January 2012, MCFly (we’re keeping the name, for sentimental reasons) will deliver the same level of … Continue reading

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