Weekly Digest #001 #Manchester #Climate stuff

Here’s an experiment – for the next 8 weeks there will be a weekly one page digest published on this site. Will be a jpg and also a pdf. Please do share,send in info and also critique. Will review after 8 weeks to see if its a good use of time/bandwidth.

weekly digest 2019 04 08

Coming up this week in Manchester
Monday 8 , 6pm. Extinction Rebellion meeting, the Sandbar, Grosvenor St
Tues 9, 3-4pm  The Australian Energy Transition, U of Mcr
Weds 10, 6pm Shell Out meeting, 10 Little Lever St, Manchester
Friday 12, 12-2  Fridays for the Future protest, St Peter’s Square @YouthStrikemcr Also details here</>
Friday 12, 7pm Takeback Theatre: Letters to the Earth. Royal Exchange.  Free, but
need to book

For other/non-climate events, see Manchester Friends of the Earth’s events calendar.

Coming up in the next weeks/months
Thurs April 18  BBC documentary on climate change, narrated by David Attenborough
Sat May 25, 1-7pm Envirolution festival. Platt Fields Park
Sat June 1  Groundswell – Manchester Friends of the Earth

Stories in the last week on MCFly
Event report: Shell’s “dialogue” at MOSI more of a capture and store kinda thing  …
Declare a #Climate Emergency in #Manchester: 1st petition signer interview

Campaign updates from environmental groups
Carbon Coop AGM Fri 26 April, Friends Meeting House.
Climate Emergency Manchester – website launched. First 100ish signatures gathered.  #climateemergencymcr
Five Minute Friday #001 – For the #YouthStrike4Climate
Fossil Free Greater Manchester – Next meeting Mon April 15, 7-8.30 Green Fish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LE
Kindling Job Alert: Admin/Finance person for Veg Box People    Manchester Climate Monthly – site makeover. Still meh…
Shell Out –  Meeting on Weds 10, 6pm, 10 Little Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1DB. Details.
Steady State Manchester –  AGM last week.

Latest hilarity from/about Manchester City Council/GMCA

Other things to read


About manchesterclimatemonthly

Was print format from 2012 to 13. Now web only. All things climate and resilience in (Greater) Manchester.
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