Monthly Archives: March 2018

Great Green Future or the Last Straw? #GMGreenCity

For reasons that escape all explanation, Manchester Climate Fortnightly’s editor did not pass the (mysterious and unexplained) selection process for the recent Mayor’s “Green” Summit. Go figure.  Anyway, some people who did go have written up their reflections.  Here is … Continue reading

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Job Alert: 3 campaigning jobs at Friends of the Earth

Campaigner (x3) Salary: £32,630 – £37,365 per annum, pro-rata (inc. London weighting if applicable) Location: Flexible (with regular travel to London office) Hours/days per week: 35 per week / Mon-Fri Contract: Fixed Term Contract (Various lengths) Closing date: 23:59 on … Continue reading

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Carbon Coop Home Energy Training, Spring 2018 #Manchester

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Leaked copy of Andy Burnham’s speech to his Green Summit next week!! #Manchester #Climate

One of MCFly’s many admirers within the Manchester/Greater Manchester climate bureaucracy has sent us an advance copy of the Mayor’s speech, urging us to publish it as part of a cunning marketing strategy…. And if you believe that, I have … Continue reading

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11 questions about the Mayor’s Green Summit, from a reject… @AndyBurnhamGM

Dear Mayor Burnham, The wait is finally over! I’ve been on tenterhooks for weeks about whether I’d get a ticket for the Mayor’s Green Summit on 21 March.  I am – and I am sure you sympathise – gutted not … Continue reading

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Mayor’s Green Summit – some golden ticket winners

They’ve known they were going to be putting on a summit for a year. They were supposed to do it late last year, but didn’t.  Now, a mere three weeks before the Big Day, some people have been told that … Continue reading

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