Readers’ opinions sought – is Tesco’s “low-carbon” store a little help?

An academic at Durham University is going to be doing interviews in Manchester next week (Monday 30th Jan onwards). Cheetham Hill-area residents are especially sought. If you know anyone in that neck of the woods who would be interested, please pass this on.

Dr Sara Fuller is part of a team “undertaking some research in and around the low carbon Tesco store in Cheetham Hill, north Manchester. The aim of the research is to explore if people are aware of the low carbon store, and how the presence of a low carbon store influences how people engage with and understand issues of climate change. “

If you yourself shop there, get in touch with her directly, here – s.k.fuller@durham.ac.uk

Marc Hudson
mcmonthly@gmail.com

BTW: As a general rule, MCFly has a “study the rich” policy on academics.

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