Monthly Archives: November 2016

Lecture: “Bangladesh confronts #climate change” #Manchester,7 December

1700 on 7 December. Free, no need to book. The Global Development Lecture Series brings together scholars involved in cutting edge research on international development. It aims to facilitate dialogue and discussion, providing a space for leading development thinkers to … Continue reading

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North Pole Sees Record Temps, Melting Ice Despite Arctic Winter

The end is nigh. Reposting from here. Fwiw: Mitigation is dead, ‘two degrees’ is dead.  Manchester didn’t do its fair share, didn’t keep any of those fine 2009 promises.  But worse, by being gutless cowards and idiots, and by not … Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: When finance knocks at city hall´s door. 24 November #Manchester

Not climate change, but still worth a look, especially if you’re pondering how ‘local money’ (sic) can be put to local use… Thurs 24 November 2016, 1-2pm, Alliance Manchester Business School East, Room B2 [MAP] Sebastian Möller (Bremen): When finance … Continue reading

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