October 2014

Inclusion in this calendar is NOT a guarantee of quality. If we think something is extremely likely to be worth your time, then we will put one or more little “thumbs up” icons next to it. We a) are maybe prejudiced about some groups b) have specific criteria about usefulness and c) could be wrong.

Friday 3rd  Comedy gig for solar panels at St Johns Church, Old Trafford Details here

Sat 4th, 12 to 3pm Old Trafford Amateur Gardeners’ Society and Orchard49 present Apple Day Seymour Grove Allotments, Warwick Court, off Kings Road (next to primary school) M16 )JG

Sunday 5th, 2 to 5pm  Work and networking afternoon for People’s Environmental Scrutiny Team at Moss Side Community Allotment, cnr Bowes St and Caythorpe.  We will be writing an implementation plan for Manchester City Council!  More details here

Mon 6th, 11am Ecosystem effects of ocean acidification Michael Smith Building, University of Manchester Details here.

Tuesday 7th, 14.30pm “Beyond the Fracking Polemic” seminar at University of Manchester Roscoe Building, rm 1.007. More details here

Thurs 9th The Desert’s Breath: How sensitive might drylands be to climate change? led Prof. Stephen R Hoon (Professor of Applied Science)for what promises to be a really interesting and thought provoking discussion about the delicate ecosystems on the Kalahari Desert’s fossil dunes. As ever we will be serving wine, tea and coffee during the evening.
For more information and to book your ticket follow this link:

Tues 14th, 6.45pm to 9pm Manchester Friends of the Earth Full Group Meeting, Greenfish Resource Centre, Oldham St. http://manchesterfoe.org.uk/

Sat 18th, 1.30-5pm    Shaping a viable food economy in the Manchester region Methodist Central Hall  Steady State Manchester event – booking required. Details here

Sunday 19th, 7pm Intro to co-op eco-houses in Manchester
upstairs @ Fuel Cafe Bar, Withington
We are looking for one or possibly two people for our eco co-op house-share
in Withington. We’re also interested in groups of friends who are looking for accommodation for next year, for our next eco-house project. Either way, come along to one of our events to find out more. Please do let your friends know too, if you know anyone who may be interested. FB event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/871117806277039/

Mon 20th, 7pm People’s Environmental Scrutiny Team Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount St

Tues 21st, 2pm  Presenting the PEST “18 recommendations implementation plan” to Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Committee, Manchester Town Hall

Weds 22nd, 10am  Presenting the PEST “18 recommendations implementation plan” to Economy Scrutiny Committee, Manchester Town Hall

Thursday 23rd, 1.30pm
GM ESD forum is going to be held on at Bridge 5 Mill, 22a Beswick Street, Ancoats, M4 7HR.
“We will be exploring the topic of ‘Water’, considering how it sits in the new curriculum and how it can become a part of your project work, whether you are growing food, teaching climate change, or encouraging people to walk to school.
“Our speakers will be sharing their experience and knowledge of delivering this theme and include James Hall from the Lancashire Wildlife Trust base in Bolton where they deliver River Studies, Andrea Marshall from MCC sharing the ‘Red to Blue’ project on the river Medlock and Liz Newbon from Oxfam who will be sharing the resources they have developed around water.”

Friday 31st, Critical Mass bike ride

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