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

Upcoming Event: “The Big Fix” Sat Feb 15th #Manchester

THE BIG FIX 2020 COMES TO MANCHESTER PRESS RELEASE Embargoed until 2nd January 2020 Manchester groups collaborate for Britain’s Biggest Repair Cafe! Don’t ditch that broken hi-fi – get help fixing it for FREE at Manchester’s biggest ever repair event, … Continue reading

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Siemens action in #Manchester – account and video by @XR_MCR activist Claire Stocks

    MEANWHILE 3 DATES TO SAVE – (fuller details to follow) Thurs Jan 23rd, 2pm – Climate Subgroup Weds Feb 5th, 2pm City Climate “plan” scrutinised Thurs Feb 13th, 2pm Airport car park decided #Manchester City Council and the … Continue reading

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Upcoming: Whalley Range #Climate Action group Saturday 18 January. #Manchester

The Whalley Range Climate Action group works to support local people and organisations to take individual and/or collective action in Whalley Range on the climate emergency and to campaign for the Government and the council to act urgently. Everyone is … Continue reading

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#Manchester #climate events in January 2020

First as a handy and repostable image, below that as p text. CLIMATE EVENTS IN MANCHESTER January 2020 No guarantee of completeness – if you know of more climate-related events in Manchester, email, with ‘event’ in the subject header. … Continue reading

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Green Drinks #Manchester – interview and upcoming event – Tues 21st January

Green Drinks Manchester has been around in its current incarnation for three years. Its core organiser, Tudor Baker, kindly answers some questions.  Also – upcoming useful event! 1. When was your group founded? What does it do/how does it do … Continue reading

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Council gives HOME £1.3m per year – demands NO low carbon culture action.

Exclusive!  Thanks to a Freedom of Information Act request, Manchester Climate Monthly can now revealed details of all requests from the City Council to the arts organisation HOME asking it to do more to create a “low carbon culture.”  Brace … Continue reading

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What next for #climate action? An interview/debate about Glasgow and beyond

This email interview below, conducted with Elidh Robb, a climate activist currently based in Brussels, takes a slightly different format from the usual ones. Elidh was sent the questions as a batch, and replied. I (Marc Hudson, editor of MCFly) … Continue reading

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