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Tag Archives: climate change
There must be some way out of here: policies, politics and possibilities in the pancrisis.
There must be some way out of here: policies, politics and possibilities in the pancrisis. by Mark H Burton This article was commissioned by the online journal 15/15\15 Revista para una nueva civilización. The article appears there in Spanish translation … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, explainers, theory Tagged 15-15-15, APPG, build back better, capitalism, climate change, Covid-19, equitable frugality, limits to growth, Mark Burton, pancrisis, well-being 2 Comments
Bigger cuts for Manchester – in its annual greenhouse gas emissions
Manchester now needs to make bigger cuts to its annual greenhouse gas emissions: A commentary on Manchester Climate Change Agency’s Annual Report A brief Annual Report for 2020 has been issued by Manchester Climate Change Agency. It is not a … Continue reading
Posted in cities, Climate Change, Manchester City Council, news Tagged analysis, climate change, climate change partnership, Manchester, Mark Burton 2 Comments
Imagining an alternative future for Greater Manchester
By Mark Burton and Carolyn Kagan reposted from Greater Manchester Housing Action website, 11 March, 2020 For some years now, Greater Manchester has been trying to agree a grand plan for land use: the Spatial Framework. The Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA), … Continue reading
People’s Spatial Framework: A Letter from the Future
People’s Spatial Framework: A Letter from the Futurei. Dear Greater Mancunians, The lovely, liveable, City of Greater Manchester Download pdf version We are writing to you from 2035, and are delighted to tell you that Greater Manchester has been transformed … Continue reading
Posted in cities, Greater Manchester, Greater Manchester City Region Tagged bioregion, Carolyn Kagan, climate change, Greater Manchester, letter from the future, Mark Burton, People's Spatial Framework, Planning, polycentric city, rurban, Spatial Framework, system shock, transition, Zero Carbon 6 Comments
A Green New Deal for Greater Manchester? Workshop report.
On 16 December we held a workshop to look at the prospects for a “Green New Deal” tailored to the needs and realities of Greater Manchester. As is our usual style, the major part of the event was group discussion … Continue reading
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