- Green Belt – the net approaches the gross as GMCA backtracks 10 March, 2023
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- We already have degrowth in Britain – really? 15 February, 2023
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September Newsletter from Steady State Manchester
Click here for SSM’s September update newsletter. It covers, Fossil Free Pensions? Local action on climate change Revising the Viable Economy Degrowth 2020 Future Economies launch event Better Buses Deansgate You can sign up to get these direct to your … Continue reading
Posted in Climate Change, community, degrowth, news Tagged Beter Buses GM, climate change, community, degrowth, divestment, GMPF, viable economy Leave a comment
Local action on climate: Whalley Range Climate Action Group
A guest post by Avril Danczak Climate change is a tricky subject. Some people deny it, are ignorant about it or think it is nothing to do with them. On the other hand, many are terrified by what a globally … Continue reading
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The Viable Economy … and Viable Finance
The Viable Economy – and Viable Finance Mark H Burton and Mike Riddell. pdf version (not updated) updated, 10 May, 13 December, 2018. It is all too clear that our economy is precarious, economically, socially and ecologically. Steady State Manchester promotes … Continue reading
Why do people move? Implications for a Viable Economy.
Why do people move, or not move? What impacts does moving have on places that people move to? What about the impacts on places that people have left behind? These were some of the questions we discussed at Steady State … Continue reading
Posted in community, international, Viable Economy Tagged café conversations, city region, community, GMSF, migration, mobility, Spatial Framework, viable economy, well-being Leave a comment
Local action on climate change and flood prevention.
Our outgoing collective member, Judith Emanuel writes: “I spent a wonderful day planting a hazel tree coppice in the Calderdale valley organised by an inspirational organisation Treesponsibility, which is based in Hebden Bridge. So lovely to be out in a beautiful … Continue reading
Posted in Greater Manchester City Region, land use, news Tagged bioregion, community, floods, projects, resilience, trees Leave a comment
Moving on up? An open discussion on global-local issues.
Global and local. Tuesday 7th November from 6.30pm to 8.30pm Methodist Central Hall, Oldham St., Manchester, M1 1JQ please book by emailing us through this link There is a growing social divide by income and geography, an ever-widening wealth gap … Continue reading
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