if you ever want to get involved in the many positive things (or the occasional “negative” one) that we do/report on, you know where to find us, doncha? email@example.com
And one of us will be at the Carbon Coop AGM tonight, at the wonderful Madlab, in the Northern Quarter. Don’t be a stranger!
Arwa Aburawa and Marc Hudson
Coming up this week
Mon 4pm The Sustainability of Bio-energy seminar at University of Manchester details
Monday 18th, 6.15pm-8.15pm The Carbon Co-op AGM at MadLab, 36-40 Edge Street, Manchester M4 1HN
The AGM is open to members and non-members and will include an update on Carbon Co-op’s work to date as well as an opportunity to get involved in future projects.
Note that during the relevant segments of the AGM, only full members are eligible to vote. To attend RSVP via the event page: http://carboncoopagm.eventbrite.com/
Monday 18, 7:00pm start Fracking: a technological innovation too far?
Tuesday March 19th, 10.30-13.00 Manchester City Council Environmental Strategy Programme Board meeting.Room 1.10 One First Street Open to the public? I’m sorry, you must have mistaken this Local Authority for one that is genuinely interested in transparency and democratic engagement!
Tues 19th, 6pm Feeding the City: The Politics & Promise of Urban Food Urban Forum, International Anthony Burgess Foundation
Thurs 21st Despite the Cuts conference on Keep Britain Tidy.
Thursday 21st, 7pm ,Fuelling Manchester social, 7pm onwards @ The Black Lion, Salford. Fuelling Manchester is the ninth networking session for community renewables in Greater Manchester. This is purely a social event, there will be no agenda and no structure just an opportunity to meet with like-minded individuals to chat, discuss and network. Run by theCarbon Co-op in collaboration with the Kindling Trust.
Who for: Anyone involved in community renewable projects, including: water turbine co-operatives; bio-mass and woodland management enterprises; waste-to-energy projects and solar energy collectives. Directions: The Black Lion, 65 Chapel St, Salford, Lancashire M3 5BZ It’s within walking distance of Manchester Victoria or Salford Central train stations or Manchester City Centre. To book: if you would like food, please book in advance (firstname.lastname@example.org) otherwise just turn up or tweet us @carboncoop.
Friday 22nd, 9 to 2pm BME and climate change conference in Manchester
Friday 22 Friends of the Earth meeting ‘Energy We Can All Afford’, Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church with local MP Mark Hunter, Donna Hume from national FoE and Lucie Newsam of Age UK Stockport on the panel.
Stories you may have missed on the MCFly website
- Event report: #Climate Week’s Carbon Active Activities with MEEN at #Manchester Arndale Centre
- Crosspost: June as “Manchester Bike Month”? Seems like a good idea to us…
- Upcoming Event: The Sustainability of Bioenergy #manchester #climate Mon 18 March
- IMF boss Christine Lagarde gives future generations the finger
- Campaign Update: “Carbon capital” campaign by World Development Movement
- Upcoming Event: “BME Communities and #Climate Change” conference #Manchester Fri 22nd March
- PMT #11: How do we get more people involved? #Manchester #climate #movement-building
- #Trafford campaigners challenge Environment Agency – Environment Agency responds.
- Event Report: Launch of “Beacons; short stories for our not so distant future” #Manchester #climate
- “A rubbish market: a study of the role of the market mode of governance in preventing waste” – a Greater #Manchester (GM) perspective
- Professor Kevin Anderson joins 21st century! Website, twitter!! #manchester #climate @KevinClimate
- Businessman abt the “Stakeholder” “Conference” – “Help me tell industry this is not a giant waste of public money” #Manchester #climate
One third of ministers in the UK government, including top cabinet ministers, are linked to the UK finance and energy companies fuelling climate change, a new report from the World Development Movement revealed on Mon 11th March.
Things to read while the algae grows on your fur