#Manchester #Climate Monthly #14, February 2013 out now! #mcc #acertainfuture #doomed

mcfly14coverWhat do we do now that Professor Kevin Anderson has explained the facts of life to Manchester City Council?  What is being done about the most helping vulnerable members of Manchester’s communities cope with climate change – read our interview with Aitha Chaudry of the Manchester Black and Minority Ethnic Network (MBEN). What advice does MCFly’s new agony aunt, Miss Movements have to offer?  All this and much more in the latest (and “new look”!) 8-page extravaganza that is Manchester Climate Monthly #14…

PLEASE retweet this/put it on facebook, tell your friends. And please tell us what you do and don’t like in this issue.

With special thanks to our new graphic designer, Bridget Hines, for her excellent logo!
And also with special thanks to Marc Roberts, our enslaved cartoonist.

Manchester Climate Monthly Feb 2013 by

Click here to read MCFly without downloading!

UPDATE: Sigh. Once again scribd is letting us down.  (You get what you pay for, eh?)  So, in future we will be posting MCFly using issuu.com.

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Was print format from 2012 to 13. Now web only. All things climate and resilience in (Greater) Manchester.
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3 Responses to #Manchester #Climate Monthly #14, February 2013 out now! #mcc #acertainfuture #doomed

  1. Pingback: Why Climate Scientists Have Consistently UNDERestimated Key Global Warming Impacts | ThinkProgress « patricktsudlow

  2. Jonathan Atkinson says:

    Scribd is working for me, I can read it fine…

  3. Laurence Menhinick says:

    worked Ok- a bit of funny fonts about but still readable.
    Contents, looks and articles layout more and more professional by the way!!

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