Tag Archives: John Broderick

The year ahead: Tyndall Manchester (Lessons learned and future goals for #Manchester #climate groups)

Manchester Climate Monthly asked several different groups about the challenges and lessons of 2012 and the goals for 2013. We published a small portion of the answers in the centre-spread of the January issue (which you can see here). Over … Continue reading

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Shale Gas really not low carbon in any way shape or form (#pressreleasecutandpaste)

We really don’t like to cut and paste press releases, but right now we are totally snowed under… US Shale Gas Drives Up Coal Exports A report by researchers at The University of Manchester has concluded that whilst the US … Continue reading

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Prof Kevin Anderson withdraws from conference – “offsetting without scientific legitimacy”

Breaking News: Professor Kevin Anderson, the Manchester-based Deputy Director of the Tyndall Centre, has withdrawn from a prestigious conference because of its use of “carbon offsetting.” In a strongly-worded blog post, entitled “Offsetting (& CDM): a guarantee for 100 years … Continue reading

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Weather Vs Climate: Food, Nuclear Power and Thin Threads Of Hope

MCFly went to the ‘Weather vs Climate’ event organised as part of the Manchester Science Festival on Thursday Oct 27. The first part of the event was a strange mix between a bad science lesson and cheap kids’ party. The … Continue reading

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