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Planning meeting for a Manchester “This Changes Everything” Tuesday 26th May

Personally, I believe that the “left” has learnt nothing and will learn nothing on the road to Paris and beyond (the title of this blog post – This changes everything changes nothing #smugosphere #emotathons #same mistakes #roadtoparis – may give … Continue reading

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Climate Change – the way ahead? (beyond #Manchester)

Marc Hudson on the current state of play in the United Kingdom. From the march last Saturday, to a historical digression, to Industry and Government to Paris. There was a climate march in London on the weekend, that the organisers … Continue reading

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Coming up in #Manchester over the next few days…

Spoilt for choice for things to do – or at least attend – over the next few days. Sat 20th Sept, 7pm (show starts at 8pm) “An Evening of Entertainment – fundraiser for AfSL, Clean Up Salford and Manchester Friends … Continue reading

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Is a lower energy #climate event possible? Probably not. #MACF #Manchester

A low carbon future is going to be about a) doing things very differently. It’s going to be about b) keeping our commitments and about c) making sure that scarce resources are allocated according to plan. On tonight’s example, we’re … Continue reading

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“If you need a job doing…” A #Manchester citizens’ #climate plan

In July 2014 a “three year plan” for Manchester City Council”s climate goals will be agreed at Scrutiny and then signed off by the Executive. Going on the quality of both the plans and the “actions” in the various Annual … Continue reading

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UPDATE 13/4/2016  MCFly is these days Marc Hudson, PhD student, and a couple of other people who pitch in with excellent articles.  It mostly exists now to document the grotesque and escalating failure of Manchester’s green political “elite” – the … Continue reading