Category Archives: corrections

Help! What would you say to a 13 yr old who asked “Is it too late?” #manchester #climate

A 13 yr old asked the key question, at the end of the “q and ” after a showing of the documentary film “Chasing Ice.” The question was – So practically, at this point all we can do is minimise … Continue reading

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#Manchester City Council to discuss climate change at full council? Er, no…

UPDATE: The plot… thins.  See the end of this post for more details and an apology. MCFly jumps the gun twice in a week!! Must see a doctor about that premature encapsulation… An in-depth presentation of climate change action by … Continue reading

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Stick the boot into MCFly!!

The MCFly editors are meeting next Sunday. We are looking back on the last 6 months of MCFly (we started up online in October 2011, and in print in January). We are also looking forward to the next 18 months. … Continue reading

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MCFly editor gets it badly wrong (#001)

In the January 2012 issue of MCFly just published, on page 3, I wrote of Manchester law firm Pannone, that MCFly had “asked them some questions [about their recent environmental work], not heard back yet. Watch this space.” This was … Continue reading

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