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Money, Democracy and Feedback – We talk to the Steering Group

The Steering Group, which is tasked with implementing the city-wide climate change action plan, insists that it is not a public body to be scrutinised Here at MCFly, we like to ask questions. Lots of lots of them to lots … Continue reading

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Newsflash: Steering Group steers towards democracy

The Steering Group announced that it will be holding elections for its members. In a surprising policy u-turn,  during today’s stakeholder conference, Steve Connor, chair of  the 32-member Steering Group,  said that they are currently “exploring election mechanisms” so that … Continue reading


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Stakeholder Conference Programme Announced

Not long left now till Manchester’s climate change action plan stakeholder conference. It’s been quite a wait (from the last annual conference in 2010) but if you were lucky enough to snap up tickets, you can now take a sneak … Continue reading

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URGENT: Stakeholder Conference (Fri March 16) Book Now!

Tickets are on a first come, first served basis, and there are not hundreds  left.  It’s from 12.30pm on Friday 16th March, at Manchester Metropolitan University. So, beg, borrow or scrounge enough annual leave (if you’re a wage slave), and … Continue reading

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