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Exclusive: Great Ancoats St – #MANCHESTER COUNCIL EXEC IGNORES RESIDENTS & COUNCILLORS

Manchester City Council is NOT intending to undertake any additional consultation on the controversial Great Ancoats St raod-changes, which would see existing cycle lanes axed. Despite the best efforts of many many citizens, and the unanimous agreement of the Neighbourhoods … Continue reading

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Breaking- #Manchester Climate Emergency declaration passed.

Manchester City Council has just declared a climate emergency. An amendment by the Liberal Democrats to strengthen the motion so that looking at a 2030 target is done sooner rather than later, was accepted. After very articulate speeches by the … Continue reading

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The January 4 2023 problem #Manchester #climate #oldfartclimateadvice

We can ride the emotacycle all we like. We can display our virtue as often as we like. If we do that, and the stars also align, we might even get a shiny declaration from our lords and masters (many … Continue reading

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Frack-Free Greater #Manchester meeting, Tues 4th June.

Next Frack Free Greater Manchester is Tuesday 4th June, from 7.15pm at the Greenfish Resource Centre, Oldham St, Central Manchester. Agenda 1. Further discussing about possible campaign actions against Ineos 2. Upcoming events and co-ordination with other GM Climate groups … Continue reading

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Climate fictions contest “Anthropo-Scenes”

From here. Climate scientists use models and graphs and maps to tell us what the world might be like in times to come – but telling us what life in those worlds might be like is the role of literary … Continue reading

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Barclays Bank #climate protest, Sat 25th May #Manchester

Manchester Momentum joined with XR and other environmental supporting groups on Saturday 25th May as part of international action targeting Barclays bank. Barclays was the target as they are the worst bank in Europe for funding the fossil fuel industry, … Continue reading

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Upcoming: “Achieving rapid energy demand reduction in the UK’ Thurs 23rd May, 1pm #Manchester

Next Tyndall Manchester Seminar- Achieving rapid energy demand reduction in the UK’ by Professor John Barrett, on Thursday 23rd May (room C21, Pariser Building, Sackville Street) at 1.00pm.  number 12 on the map here http://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/maps/interactive-map/?id=9 John Barrett, Sustainable Research Institute, University of Leeds While reducing energy demand … Continue reading

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