we are biased, but we think that you all should get along to the launch event that Steady State Manchester group is putting on tomorrow night at the Mechanics Institute. Two reports – “In place of growth” and “Lessons on Living Well” are being launched. Here’s a short youtube about it…
You can register to come (it’s free), by following this link.
Arwa Aburawa and Marc Hudson
Coming up this week
Mon 19, 8:30pm – 10:30pm Permaculture For Communities
At the OKasional Cafe, 331 Great Western St, Rusholme
Taking the opportunity within an active community to consider the relevance and importance of the permaculture ethics, in particular people care in terms of designing for our personal impact within our local and global community. How does our own personal authority bare significance in the world we live in and how can we generate an authentic connection to that which matters in the face of global crisis?
Tues 20th,7.30pm Launch of two “Steady State Manchester” reports “In Place of Growth” and “Living Well” at the Mechanics Institute, Princess St
Friday 23rd November at 9.30am – 12.30pm. Food Futures Forum on Food Poverty The Forum is open to anyone with an interest in tackling food poverty in Manchester and will be an opportunity to hear the latest evidence and to contribute to developing approaches to tackling it.
Places are limited so booking is essential. If you would like to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories you may have missed on the MCFly website
- Youtube: #madlab and its upcoming events
- Polar Bear facepalm: “Businesses are paying too much attention to marginal issues…”
- Upcoming training (not free!): “Energy savings through communication and engagement”
- Professor Kevin Anderson on steady state economics – “begin immediate and deep reductions in emissions at the same time” #inplaceofgrowth
- Upcoming Event: “CRUDE KILLINGS – Climate, Race, Poverty” Weds 28th Nov, #Manchester
- Two “SteadyState Manchester” reports released #Manchester #Steadystate #inplaceofgrowth
Things to read while the algae grows in your fur
‘Students are key to solving future’s problems’: Manchester Met scholar takes climate change manifesto to EU ‘Students are key to solving future’s problems’: Manchester Met scholar takes climate change manifesto to EU
Brilliant article from Grist magazine about the ominous parallels between Republican denial the Romney was behind and climate change… Really good stuff…
That nice Mr Obama is taking personal charge of climate change. Doncha feel safer already?
And awesome article by Jeremy Grantham, an investment strategist: “Be persuasive. Be brave. Be arrested (if necessary)”