Tag Archives: carbon literacy

Carbon literacy versus “carbon capability”

Many of the academic articles we read here are MCFly Towers – when we aren’t organising the climate hustings on Tuesday 17th April – are obtuse, abstruse vocabulary abuse.  That is, they are long on long words, short on good … Continue reading

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MCFly #02: Carbon Literacy- Let’s hope cooler heads prevail…

A small community-interest company is taking its first steps to help people in Manchester to understand – and reduce – their carbon footprints. Manchester-based Cooler secured funding from local textile company Westford Mills, and Manchester City Council, to co-ordinate a … Continue reading

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Event Report: Showing of “No Impact Man”

Thirty people gathered tonight in Didsbury to watch a documentary called “No Impact Man.” The film showing was followed by a wide-ranging and open discussion about the war (the 1939-45 one), the seductions of advertising, “what is the good life” … Continue reading

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