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Tag Archives: Manchester
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
Commentary on “Ahead of the Curve” Manchester’s climate change consultation for 2016-2050 pdf version of this article This consultation closes on Sunday 16th October. Make your comments on it by clicking HERE. A little context. Manchester has had a climate … Continue reading
Click for the pdf version of this post. Where are we most likely to find models for a viable economy? We recently discovered there are more answers than we realised without looking very far. There is a strong economic case … Continue reading
Boom Bust Boom Bust: Why Economics is for Everyone 31 Mar – 2 Apr 2015, Manchester Steady State Manchester is pleased to be part of this event of alternative approaches to economics organised by the Post Crash Economics Society, a … Continue reading