Reports for the People’s Environmental Scrutiny Committee – the how/why/what #Manchester ideas

pescgoalsiconThe next meeting of the People’s Environmental Scrutiny Committee is on Monday 22nd September, from 7pm at the Moss Side Community Allotment, cnr Bowes St and Caythorpe St. Here’s an account of the first meeting (if anyone who was at it wants to say what they thought in the comments below, please do).

At this meeting there will be all the things that matter – chances for you to meet other people, learn new skills, find out about upcoming events and so on. If you can’t come, there are plenty of other ways of being involved, not least looking at the “jobs list”– ,there are jobs for all skill levels, and all levels of availability.

The meeting on Monday 22nd will also be the launch of a brief report on the “Total Carbon Footprint” approach to counting emissions that Manchester City Council briefly promised a few years ago. Two students have been working hard on a report about why it is an approach that deserves to be brought back onto the agenda.

Future meetings of the PESC (the next one is on Monday 20th October) will launch OTHER reports. Including ones that you (yes, YOU) can be involved in creating. Whether you have research skills (or want them), writing skills (or want them), proorfreading skills (or want them), publicity skills (or want them), there are jobs to be done…

Here’s the flow-chart…Click on it and it should get bigger.
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