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Category Archives: Supporting SSM
Would you like to inspire others about difficult questions that matter to you? Wed 20 January: Possibilities and limits for having a local economy Book your place now! Now linking to the right event! Wed 17th February: AGM and A … Continue reading
Become a member of Steady State Manchester From 2016, Steady State Manchester is a membership organisation. You can join! This page also available as a pdf to print By becoming a member you will: Directly support the work we do. … Continue reading
Finally we continue the serialisation of our intervention, The Viable Economy, wrapping up with the short conclusion and a brief list of further reading (see also the links in the ribbon above). You can read the whole pamphlet here. Next, … Continue reading
In 2014 our focus as an organisation was developing our ideas for how to bring about a more fair and sustainable economy in Manchester and the wider region. We launched the Viable Economy, building upon our previous interventions, it is … Continue reading
updated with summary of headings, 10 June, 2014 Steady State Manchester is working on its new publication: The Viable Economy. We are using this title to both give a positive message (rather than the negative, but necessary steady-state one) and … Continue reading
Yes, there are no less than three meetings this week where issues raised by or discussed with Steady State Manchester will be considered by Manchester City Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Committees. 1) On Wednesday 4th March, 2014, at 2pm, Neighbourhoods … Continue reading
Manchester City Council Economic Scrutiny Committee to discuss climate change in May; please get involved
On the morning of Wednesday 22nd May, Prof Kevin Anderson will be addressing Manchester City Council’s Economic Scrutiny Committee on the need for action on climate change. This follows his powerful address to the full council in January. The committee … Continue reading