- UK Planning Inspectorate hasn’t responded to FOIA about carbon literacy yet 24 May, 2023
- For a Post-Growth Europe 15 May, 2023
- No to reform! 2 May, 2023
- Green Belt – the net approaches the gross as GMCA backtracks 10 March, 2023
- Degrowth UK Website Now Open to Contributions 9 March, 2023
Read Our Key Materials
"A Viable Future: Explorations in Post-Growth from Steady State Manchester" - available as a free ebook or an affordable 361 page paperback.
"The Viable Economy … and Society”, a pamphlet presenting an integrated approach to economic, social and ecological well-being.
"The Carbon and Planning Workbook" - a guide for citizens responding to planning proposals.
And for more, see our publications page (on top menu).
Search the Steady State Manchester website
Email circulation list – sign-up.
Click here to join our email list. It is low volume, rarely more than a couple of messages a month, and it will keep you up to speed with events, publications, initiatives and so on. There are options to unsubscribe there too.
Follow us on TwitterMy Tweets
- Andy Burnham
- Book reviews
- café conversations
- carbon budget
- Carolyn Kagan
- citizens income
- city region
- climate change
- community resilience
- countering arguments against steady-state
- economic growth
- Global South
- Greater Manchester
- Greater Manchester Combined Authority
- green growth
- Green New Deal
- James Vandeventer
- local currency
- Local government
- majority world
- Manchester City Council
- Mark Burton
- Places for Everyone
- planetary boundaries
- replacement economy
- social justice
- Spatial Framework
- steady state economy
- Tyndall Centre
- viable economy
Tag Archives: campaigns
Open letter to Manchester City Council about pop-up cycle lanes
UPDATED, 29 June. On Wednesday24 June, Extinction Rebellion Manchester erected a pop-up lane with signage and cones on the A56 Chester Rd. It bridges the 300m gap between the Trafford border, where the neighbouring council’s pop-up lane from Sale ends, … Continue reading
Posted in community, Manchester City Council, transport Tagged campaigns, Open Letter, pop-up cycle lanes 1 Comment
Hey, Fossil Banks – Climate Change is here!
Hey, Fossil Banks – Climate Change is here! As we know, climate change is with us already, harming the lives of millions of people around the world. It’s driven in large part by the continued exploration and burning of coal, oil … Continue reading
Posted in Banking, Climate Change, event reports Tagged banking, campaigns, Chorlton, climate activism, climate change, finance 1 Comment
GMPF and fossil fuel divestment – update
First the good news: we understand that Greater Manchester Pension Fund has agreed to update its “responsible investment policy” in line with current thinking on Trustees duties. That is to say, it will now consider social and ethical considerations to … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Change, energy, Money system, news Tagged campaigns, divestment, energy, GMPF, investment, Pensions Leave a comment
In Place of Pay Inequality launched
Can campaigning around pay equity deliver significant improvements in economic, social and ecological justice? These were some of the questions explored when 30 people gathered on 2nd April 2014 to launch our latest report. The exciting energy present suggested that … Continue reading
Posted in economics, event reports Tagged Ben Irvine, campaigns, equality, events, In Place of Pay Inequality, IPOPI, Local government, pay, poverty 2 Comments
Keep the Co-op Bank ethical – the battle has not been lost yet.
A new campaign has been launched to keep the Co-operative Bank true to its ethical mission in the face of the hostile take-over by US Hedge Funds following what look rather like some poor strategic decisions by the bank’s former … Continue reading
Posted in Banking Tagged campaigns, co-op bank, ethical finance, money Leave a comment
Is the ‘dash for gas’ heading for its own Monsanto moment – an industry fracked by its own arrogance?’
Greenpeace are urging us all to contact local councillors about fracking as councils have to give planning permission. If you want to do something and have only a few minutes, you might want to E-mail your local councillors to tell … Continue reading
Posted in news Tagged campaigns, climate change, energy, fracking, Greenpeace 1 Comment
Oppose the campaign to abolish Air Passenger Duty
There have been straws in the wind and now there is a concerted campaign to abolish Air Passenger Duty (APD) – see http://www.afairtaxonflying.org/ (sorry you’ll have to copy and paste – we don’t want to help them too much!)The campaign … Continue reading
Posted in LinkedIn, transport Tagged aviation, campaigns, climate change, economic growth 4 Comments