Monthly Archives: April 2019

Interview with a #Manchester #Extinction Rebellion person 02

Here’s another interview with an Extinction Rebellion person in Manchester. Others to follow…  (here’s a link to the first) 1. Who are you, why did you get involved, what have you done in Mcr and in London I am Paul … Continue reading

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Interview with a #Manchester #ExtinctionRebellion activist 01

Yesterday a detailed and powerful account of one Manchester activist’s time in London appeared on Medium.  Today we publish the first of what is hopefully a series of interviews with Manchester activists who have been in London.  If you are/were … Continue reading

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Detailed report on Extinction Rebellion in London by #Manchester activist. #climate #climatebreakdown @ExtinctionR

This below is from Claire Stocks, and is well worth your time.   London Climate Change Protests: what I learnt from four days blocking city streets and why I did it I’m one of 10,000 people who joined protests across … Continue reading

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Job Alert: Env Sustainability Data Analyst, University of #Manchester

from here. Environmental Sustainability Data Analyst and Project Co-ordinator (Part time) Job Reference : PSX-13753 Location : Oxford Road, Manchester Closing Date : 24/04/2019 Salary : Starting at £27,025 per annum (pro rata) Employment Type : Fixed Term Faculty / Organisational Unit : Professional Services Division … Continue reading

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FoIA abt #Manchester City Council and #climate change policy

This below was sent to yesterday… Dear Sir/Madam I am writing to request information about the City Council’s climate change policy. I used to live in Moss Side. I now live in “Whalley Range”, at least according to the … Continue reading

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Summer is coming: 6 ways to maintain momentum & morale after the May #Climate Strike. #Manchester #oldfartclimateadvice

Some thoughts on what the climate strikers and their allies and supporters could do to sustain morale and momentum after the  May strike On Friday May 24th the next climate strikes happen around the UK, and presumably the world too. There’s … Continue reading

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PhD opportunity: The Social Lives of Batteries and New Energy Materials

Hello Manchester Climate people – some of you will know students and wannabe students who might be interested in this – do pass it on to them!   The Social Lives of Batteries and New Energy Materials 3 year, fully … Continue reading

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