Tweet for a greener #Manchester, today – #greenmcr

Please share your top tips (one per tweet!) about how everyone in Manchester – individuals, neighbourhoods, organisations, businesses and the Council -can make the city greener and fairer. What can “we” do in the next 1 to 4 years to get ourselves on the right path?

Please use the hashtag is #greenmcr

It might be about growing more food, or encouraging people to insulate their houses, fly less, or cycle more. It might be about how we use social media to support each other becoming greener.

It might be about things you are already doing, or have done, or want to do. It might be about how to make the Council walk their talk. It might be something you know another city is doing and Manchester could copy…

It might be about how we “engage all individuals, neighbourhoods and organisations in Manchester in a process of cultural change that embeds ‘low-carbon thinking’ into the lifestyles and operations of the city.”

Please start tweeting now, and from 6.30pm this evening there’ll be lots more people joining in.

In a perfect world, you’d come to Madlab, on Edge St in the Nothern Quarter, tonight (Thursday 19th July) between 6.30pm and 9pm to meet and mingle and share your top tips in person. But if you can’t, please start tweeting now, and tweet again/more this evening!

Please ask your twitter “followers” (ugh, horrible word!) to do the same. And on facebook “tell a friend to tell a friend.”

steadystatemanchester.net, @steadystatemcr

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