Monthly Archives: April 2014

Individual Responsibility for #Climate Mitigation; Dr Julia Steinberger

A panel debate on the ‘To what extent does individual responsibility have a role to play in climate change mitigation?’ was held at the end of the 4th Tyndall Centre PhD Conference, held in Manchester in April 2014. There were … Continue reading

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Free* Fundraising/Governance etc training in #Manchester 7th and 8th May

It is free, but you do need to pay a (refunded when you turn up!) deposit. It’s not as if we couldn’t all do with better skills in this department, eh? Free Expert Training In Manchester – 7th & 8th May Hello, … Continue reading

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Individual Responsibility for #Climate Mitigation; Dr Sarah Mander

A panel debate on the ‘To what extent does individual responsibility have a role to play in climate change mitigation?’ was held at the end of the 4th Tyndall Centre PhD Conference, held in Manchester in April 2014. There were … Continue reading

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Do you participate in your (low carbon) culture at all?

There’s this quote by Aida Hurtado. “It doesn’t matter how good you are, as a person, if the institutions of the society provide privilege to you based on their group oppression of others. Individuals belonging to dominant groups can be … Continue reading

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Individual Responsibility for #Climate Mitigation; Dr Lorraine Whitmarsh

A panel debate on the ‘To what extent does individual responsibility have a role to play in climate change mitigation?’ was held at the end of the 4th Tyndall Centre PhD Conference, held in Manchester in April 2014. There were … Continue reading

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Wildflower planting in #Disbury Sat 17th May South #Manchester

This should be fun!!

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Upcoming Event: #Chorlton Community Wildlife work day – Sat 3rd May from 10am…

“It would be great to see plenty of people at Chorlton Community Wildlife Gardening on Sat 3rd May from 10am. We have lots of logs that want moving and making into a wall for the raised beds. We will then … Continue reading

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