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Have your say on the strategy for Greater #Manchester – closes 17th June!

Tom Skinner urges MCFly readers to have their say on the strategy for Greater Manchester Right now local authorities are working on a city-wide strategy, claiming ‘By 2020, the Manchester city region will have pioneered a new model for sustainable … Continue reading

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PMT # 10: Please publicise new #Manchester #climate Monthly, and critique it

The new MCFly came out on Monday. https://manchesterclimatemonthly.net/2013/03/04/manchester-climate-monthly-15-march-2013-out-now-mcc/ Paper copies will be available from this afternoon at Lush on Market St, and by asking the editors when you see ’em. 1) Please facebook/tweet/add to your group’s next email bulletin etc. … Continue reading

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PMT #9: Write a *positive* letter to #Manchester Council Communities Scrutiny Committee, asking for #climate hearings

Please write a letter of encouragement and appreciation (yes, this IS Manchester Climate Monthly – your eyes are not deceiving you).  Please write this letter (and inevitably we’ve written a draft for you to start from – see below), and … Continue reading

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PMT #8: Tell us what you would like to see MCFly do more of and less of?

It’s a lonely old business running this newsletter/blog. We know we annoy some people by writing articles about things that AREN’T going well, exposing hypocrisies and unkept promises.  We know that many of our most popular posts are the ones … Continue reading

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PMT #7: Respond to #Manchester City Council’s budget “consultation”

You have until February 20th to reply to City Council’s request for public opinion on their proposed actions. While of course it is very important to save this library or that swimming pool from closure it’s also important a) to … Continue reading

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