Not much climate-y going on this weekend that we’re aware of here at MCFly towers… Do join us at the Friends Meeting House, Mount St, on Monday 5th March for a chat first about Margaret Atwood’s “A Handmaid’s Tale” and from 8pm onwards about anything and everything…
Here’s the joke; What do you call a woman who sits at her kitchen table setting fire to her IOUs?
Bernadette… (It’s the way we tell ’em.)
And here’s the events –
Tomorrow (Saturday 25th) you can go tree planting in Chorlton “Trees for Cities and Red Rose Forest are looking for volunteers to help create a new area of community woodland in Chorlton from 10am to 2pm (meet at Newbrook Avenue, M21 7PT):”
(though you might want to read this first)
Also on Saturday, at 2.30pm at the Manchester Museum the Ecocities people (who cancelled their conference at very short notice) are having a free presentation called “Weather wise: using past weather impacts to plan for the future.”
Come and meet the EcoCities researchers who will speak a bit more about their research, why it’s important and what you can do. There will be plenty of time to ask questions on any aspect of their work on the changing climate, historic impacts and adapting ‘whatever the weather’.