Here’s the best list I can compile of upcoming climate events in Manchester I can find. Some groups don’t have a website, others don’t update theirs, others still, oh, look, who actually cares? The take-home message is this – that everyone is knackered, stressed and about to go into some form of hibernation. The students are all about to piss off and normal service, with a little extra ideological recuperation – see tomorrow’s post) will ensue. That went quickly, eh?
Tuesday 4th, 7.15pm Frack Free Greater Manchester meeting, Greenfish Resource Centre, Oldham St.
Thursday 6th Deadline for “When September Ends” competition
Friday 7th Fridays for Future, 12 to 2, St Peters Square
Sunday 9th Open Farm Sunday (Stockport)
Monday 10th Fossil Free Greater Manchester meeting, Greenfish Resource Centre
Friday 14th Fridays for Future, 12 to 2, St Peters Square
Sat 15th “How do we respond to the climate emergency, locally?” Climate Emergency Manchester event, Northenden (venue and time to be confirmed)
Sat 15th, 12-2pm Litter pick organised by Youth Climate Strikers. Meet in Piccadilly Gardens.
Weds 19, 2pm Neighbourhoods and Environment Scrutiny Committee, Town Hall Extnesion
Thurs 20th, 1pm Tyndall Seminar – ‘Buildings as Power Plants: The role of buildings as active components in our future energy networks’ by Dr Sara Walker, room C21, Pariser Building, Sackville Street
Friday 21st 12 to 2, Youth Strike for Climate St Peters Square (facebook details)
Weds 26th Mass Lobby of Westminster . Organised by Climate Coalition and Greenpeace. Doubtless there will be a coach from London.
Friday 28th Fridays for Future, 12 to 2, St Peters Square