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Tag Archives: carbon budget
Places for Everyone, week 3 – Carbon emissions
pdf version On Tuesday, 29 November, the Planning Inspectorate’s examination of Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s Places for Everyone (P4E) plan turned to its policies for sustainability. Our particular interest has been about the plan’s proposals for reducing carbon emissions. There … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Change, Greater Manchester, news Tagged buildings, carbon budget, carbon emissions, GMCA, homelessness, housing, Places for Everyone 5 Comments
Greater Manchester is overspending its carbon budget and Places for Everyone will make it much worse.
byMark Burton (Steady State Manchester)andMatthew Broadbent (Save Greater Manchester Green Belt) Download as a pdf file This post is also available at Save Greater Manchester’s Green Belt and The Meteor The Greater Manchester Environment Plan isn’t delivering. minor edits, 12 … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, Greater Manchester, news, Planning Tagged carbon budget, economic growth, ENvironment Plan, green belt, housing, Places for Everyone, Spatial Framework 8 Comments
Carbon budgets and footprints: a guide
Greater Manchester Climate Network, with Green Drinks, organised a session called “Carbon Jargon Buster Workshop”. It was addressed by Joe Blakey from the University of Manchester. Joe has specialised in understanding the various methods and tools of carbon accounting, with … Continue reading
Greater Manchester’s Environment Plan: a truthful version.
A guest piece from Claire Stocks, Manchester Extinction Rebellion. This is a commentary on the Greater Manchester Environment Plan 2019–2024 (see also Peter Somerville’s critique that we published before the recent Green Summit and the call from GM-CAN to do … Continue reading
Manchester’s Climate Change Strategy: All CO2 and mirrors?
Manchester’s Climate Change Strategy: All CO2 and mirrors? pdf version Mark H Burton Steady State Manchester. The City of Manchester has one of the most ambitious Climate Change Plans anywhere. But does it really add up? In this article we … Continue reading