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#BartonMoss #fracking protestors’ response to Greater #Manchester Police statement

Frances Leader of “Balcombe and Beyond” anti-fracking group was asked respond to a press release made by the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police and published in the Manchester Confidential on Friday. (http://www.manchesterconfidential.co.uk/News/Chief-Constable-Expresses-Annoyance-At-Anti-Frackers) This was her submission made today 9th … Continue reading

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The final print #Manchester #climate monthly out now!

And, for the first time, we missed the first-Monday-of-the-month deadline. Oh the irony… Contains stories on the £14.5 million pound windfall that the City Council has, an interview with a US Navy submarine captain, an interview with a University of … Continue reading

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#Manchester #Climate Monthly 21 out now!! September 2013

Enjoy the second-to-last* print edition of Manchester Climate Monthly! You can download it (14Mb) or read below… Please retweet/facebook etc.  And let us know what you think too!  There will be an opportunity to give your points of view about … Continue reading

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#Manchester #Climate Monthly #20, August 2013 out now!

How should responsible citizens respond to the latest failure by Manchester City Council to cut its carbon emissions?  What is an “emotathon” and why is it a Bad Thing?  Can a cat teach us about Climate Change? All good questions, … Continue reading

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#Manchester #Climate Monthly #19, July 2013 out now! #beyondthecarbonbudget

What is happening on Tuesday 16th July, and why is it so important?  What does Abigail Pound wish she could tell her younger self? What does a fat cat have to say about climate chaos and US military preparations for … Continue reading

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#Manchester #Climate Monthly #18, June 2013 out now!

Why is this new consultation about Oxford Road worth your time? What’s been going on locally, nationally and internationally? Is Barbara Kingsolver’s climate novel “Flight Behaviour worth your time? What special problems do groups trying to tackle climate change face? … Continue reading

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#Manchester #Climate Monthly #17, May 2013 out now! #mcc

Has the council decided to open up about how the chair of the Climate Steering Group is going to get elected? And exactly how many people have actually applied? What can academics do for activists? Also, what’s so bad about … Continue reading

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