Monthly Archives: August 2018

Appeal to oppose Drax Power Station’s plans

The campaigning group Biofuelwatch has an urgent campaign to oppose Drax Power Station’s new plans to replace its final two coal units with a much larger power station to burn fossil gas. If Drax’s full plan goes ahead, it would … Continue reading

Posted in Campaign Update | Leave a comment

#Manchester retrofit – survey by post-grad student, help needed #climate

Jackie Owino is a postgraduate student in the University of Salford studying MSc. Safety, Health and Environment Management.  She is passionate about environmental sustainability, and is seeking owner-occupiers of houses in Manchester to respond to a survey (you can take … Continue reading

Posted in Energy | Leave a comment

Only 1 in 7 of top #Manchester Council bosses is ‘carbon literate’ #climate farce

Back in 2013 Richard Leese got himself some feel-good greenie points (and made certain supine types roll over and coo) by launching the world’s first ‘Carbon Literacy’ program, in the Arndale Centre. It then took our Glorious Leader four years … Continue reading

Posted in carbon literacy training | Leave a comment