Monthly Archives: May 2015

Upcoming Event in #Manchester – “The Anthropocene and the Rupture of #Climate Change” 5th June

On Friday 5th June at 4pm there will be a VERY interesting talk on climate change hosted by University of Manchester’s Tyndall Centre. It will be given by Professor Clive Hamilton, of Charles Stuart University, Australia. Hamilton has written on … Continue reading

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#Manchester #Climate workshop on Thurs 4th June

Climate Change Workshop If you are planning on coming along to the climate change mass lobby of Parliament on 17 June then you may be interested in this Climate Coalition event with Professor Peter Scott and others on Thursday 4 … Continue reading

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#Manchester #climate organisers -training offered…

cut and paste from Friends of the Earth email. Climate action in Manchester 19 May 2015   Dear [Everyone] There are many reasons we can be hopeful about tackling climate change – we’ve kept the UK Frack Free for four … Continue reading

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Planning meeting for a Manchester “This Changes Everything” Tuesday 26th May

Personally, I believe that the “left” has learnt nothing and will learn nothing on the road to Paris and beyond (the title of this blog post – This changes everything changes nothing #smugosphere #emotathons #same mistakes #roadtoparis – may give … Continue reading

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#climate and energy – Global Justice #Manchester event Thurs 21st May

Global Justice Manchester’s next education and reflection evening- relevant both for the situation of people in the UK and Global South- the 1%’s advantage and jeopardising our common climate- come along and invite your friends and associates. With the climate … Continue reading

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Upcoming seminar at #Manchester Uni on Pacific sea transport…

‘Turning the tide in Oceania: a call for a global network to transition the Pacific to low carbon sea transport’ by Dr. Peter Nuttall, Research Fellow at the Pacific Centre for the Environment and Sustainable Development, University of the South … Continue reading

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What the Conservative victory means for #Manchester and #climate

So, at a national level, here’s what to expect for climate and energy policy -“Energy and climate policy are even more absolutely doomed. Prepare for onshore wind turbines to begin disappearing, fracking underfoot, no 2030 [renewable energy] targets…” (quote from … Continue reading

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