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Tag Archives: Manchester
What has an arts festival to do with a viable future?
Introduction by Carolyn Kagan Steady State Manchester’s keystone Viable Economy and Society points the way forward for a way of living that is environmentally, socially and economically viable. It points to a possible future where human flourishing is the focus … Continue reading
Posted in analysis, community, Viable Economy Tagged Arts, Arts Festival, Chorlton, community, Manchester, participation, Viable Economy and Society, Viable Future, well-being Leave a comment
A Response Guide to the “Our Manchester” Consultation
A Response Guide to the “Our Manchester” Consultation Manchester City Council is consulting on their core strategy, ‘Our Future Manchester’: the road to 2025. It is via a short web-based survey, which you can access here: https://surveys.manchester.gov.uk/s/OurFutureManchester/ We offer our … Continue reading
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
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
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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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
Mayfield’s future – unleashing the imagination
We have covered a number of planning issues here recently. One thing we have highlighted is the “imaginative deficit”, that the plans being offered, whether for specific urban developments, or for the City Region’s use of land as a whole, … Continue reading