so, even though this below doesn’t appear on the official “mancheterclimate.com” website, we’re posting it anyhows. It’s kinda unlikely that we editors of MCFly would be there, but if you, gentle reader, go, let us know how you get on…
Manchester A Certain Future – Book your place for Revision Session 2
Dear MACF Stakeholder,
You will recall that we emailed you in July to invite you to be part of an exciting process running over Summer and Autumn 2012, the refresh of Manchester – A Certain Future.
For those who were unable to attend the first workshops in August, we were sorry not to see you there. We gathered lots of great information about what has been happening across the city over the past three years and started to identify priorities for the next three years.
Which is why we’re writing to you again, to give you another opportunity to join stakeholders from across the city to take part in the second series of workshops which we are holding in September. These workshops are to action plan and set priorities for the period 2013-2015, to help reach us our ambitious targets for 2020: 41% CO2 reduction and ‘low carbon thinking’ embedded in the way the city lives and works.
We will be holding workshops for the following sessions and hope you will be able to join us:
Buildings and Energy, Tuesday 11th September, 4-7pm Conference Hall, Level 1, Manchester Town Hall
Transport, Tuesday 11th September, 4-6pm Conference Room 1, Manchester Conference Centre, Sackville Street
Green and Blue Infrastructure, Monday 17th September, 4.30-6.30pm, Room 2.02 (Chorlton), Number One First Street
Sustainable Consumption and Production, Tuesday 18th September, 4-6pm, Room 4.02 (Miles Platting), Number One First Street
For those of you who attended the first set of workshops, you will shortly be receiving detailed feedback and invitation to your next session. We hope that you continue to be involved with your theme, however if you are interested in taking part in any of the other sessions please do let us know when confirming your attendance.
There will limited availability at these workshops so please email MACF@groundwork.org.uk to book your place as soon as possible. Further details of the sessions, will be distributed ahead of the workshops.
We look forward to seeing you in September and apologies for any cross posting.
Chair of MACF Steering Group
Linked In Group: Manchester: A Certain Future