North #Manchester Work Clubs – interview with Collette Carroll

In case you’re wondering what on earth this has to do with Climate Change, this; We have loads of jobs that need doing (insulating houses, community energy, food growing, et cetera (the list is endless)). And there are loads of people thrown on the scrap heap, told they are useless, unwanted… See where I am going with this? If we want a fair and sustainable future, it doesn’t start with counting molecules of carbon dioxide (though that’s important), it starts with people who are told they don’t count.

If you haven’t already, please watch the video about the “Open Letter to Manchester City Council on Climate Change” and sign and share!

If you didn’t already sign the open letter to the Council

either send mcmonthly@gmail.com an email with your name and ward e’g. “Joe Bloggs, Harpurhey” in the subject header or use this form.


and encourage your friends, family and work colleagues to do the same.

And if you have time, email the Executive Member for the Environment, Cllr Kate Chappell cllr.k.chappell@manchester.gov.uk and tell her you want to these actions happen. (If there are some you think are wrong/don’t matter, say so. If there are others you think should be on there, say so!)
It would be great if you also cced your three ward councillors [find them by entering your postcode here and also us – mcmonthly@gmail.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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