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Tag Archives: economic scrutiny
Changed Date Saturday 2 November 2013, 1-5pm, Manchester Methodist Central Hall, Oldham Street, M1 1JQ Changed Date Saturday 2 November 2013, 1-5pm To book a place or for more info.,email –firstname.lastname@example.org Are you seeking clearer pictures of what life … Continue reading
‘It’s time to escape the shackles of the 20th century economic mindset’ – local climate scientist Professor Kevin Anderson tells Manchester council Today, Steady State Manchester presented four recommendations to make Manchester a fairer, greener and more equitable society to … 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
Here is the critique of the June 2012 economic scrutiny committee report on Steady State. We circulated this critique prior to the meeting. It also contains a briefing (with lots of links and references) on A Steady State Manchester Economy … Continue reading