Steady-State Economy report to be discussed by City Council

The concept of a “steady-state economy” will be discussed by a committee of Manchester City Council on Wednesday 16th November. Members of the public are able to attend, and Manchester Climate Monthly would encourage anyone concerned about the long-term future of this city to be there.

The meeting, of the Council’s Economy, Employment and Skills Oversight and Scrutiny Committee, will be held at Manchester Town Hall at 10am, next Wednesday. It will be in Committee Room 11.  The Steady State Economy report is the first item.

There is a lot of history to this report, which we will tell y’all about over the coming days. For now – you can read the whole 4 and a bit pages of report, as a pdf from the relevant page of the council’s website.

We’ve also posted the ‘meat’ of it here on our site. Hyperlinks and commentary to follow…

Marc Hudson

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