#Manchester #climate nuggets 27th May 2013

Hi all,

congrats to the Envirolution crew for organising a fun and relaxed event in Platt Fields yesterday. (and  a special shout out to the meteorological liaison officers who ensures such good weather!)

Wanna flex your creative muscles, and maybe win £200?   Here’s the details of our short story contest all sorted.  Two thousand words (in English) on the subject “Manchester (UK) in a warmer world.”

 Arwa Aburawa and Marc Hudson

Coming up this week

Tuesday 28th, 6pm to 8pm “A Sustainable Future for Manchester” “in conversation” series. Food with Pam Warhurst, Incredible Edible Manchester Museum, Oxford Rd. Free. See here for details http://events.manchester.ac.uk/event/event:q8r-hcrtq73c-c5o4cm/a-sustainable-future-for-manchester

Weds 29, 6pm Cafe Scientifique: Frogs, people and ferns – how to save the rainforest and its contents Professor Richard Preziosi
Conserving the rainforest as a whole, the animals and plants that live there, and the livelihoods of indigenous peoples needs to be approached as a whole. Find out about one unlikely researcher’s attempt to do this in the jungles of Ecuador and the laboratories of Manchester.
Kro Bar, Oxford Road

Friday 31st Critical Mass bike ride. Starts at Manchester Central Library, 6pm

Stories you may have missed on the MCFly website

Things to read while the algae grows on your fur:

The Discontent of Our Winter – Are reliable seasons gone for good?

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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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