Twelve years ago in Punxatawney, Lancashire…

I am almost Gone From Manchester (more abt that soon). Doing a clear out, stumbled on this interview from the magazine of “Environmental Network for Manchester.” EN4M was funded by Manchester City Council, back when they still had money. It’s an interview from mid-2010, when I was… about to leave Manchester

To use a quote that has fallen into disuse – “Nothing has changed! Nothing has changed.”

Except this time I am gone for good.


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Was print format from 2012 to 13. Now web only. All things climate and resilience in (Greater) Manchester.
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2 Responses to Twelve years ago in Punxatawney, Lancashire…

  1. Hi Marc, so where have you moved too? Here in the Algarve, we are in our fourth drought, with national and local governments pushing for an increase in tourism. Hotels and Golf clubs being some of the biggest consumers of water. Only 3 of the 40 golf courses in the Algarve, use grey water to keep the greens, green!
    I thought I would get in touch, about your views on the Independent Climate Change Committee’s 2022 report to Parliament?

  2. marchudson says:

    Hi Patrick,
    have moved to Stone, Staffordshire. Am working on industrial decarbonisaiton. Have not yet even read the exec summary of the Committee on Climate Change report, but will blog about it in due course! Stay safe!!


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