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Steady State Manchester’s proposals for all parties contesting council elections in Greater Manchester, 2016. Local Government elections policy points Steady State Manchester wants to see moves towards a Viable Manchester where social, economic and environmental aims support one another so … Continue reading →
We have now received a response from Tony Lloyd to our open letter about DevoManc. In that letter, which received a lot of interest and support, we did two things. First we shared ideas about how to begin addressing the … Continue reading →
I am trying to read the newspaper. The sense of horror and helplessness which has been pre-occupying me over the last few days and weeks has driven me to write this blog. No doubt many readers have similar feelings as … Continue reading →
In this open letter, Steady State Manchester’s Mark Burton invites Tony Lloyd, the newly appointed interim Mayor of Greater Manchester to take steps to redress the democratic deficit in the devolution deal and to focus on supporting the local economy, … Continue reading →
We continue the serialisation of our intervention, The Viable Economy, this time with Chapter 13, “About population and migration”. Population has been a question of some controversy among ecological thinkers and activists. Migration has great topicality with high levels from … Continue reading →
We continue the serialisation of our intervention, The Viable Economy, this time with just one section, on Work and Income. You can download the whole pamphlet as a pdf file, here. If you like it, why not make a donation … Continue reading →
Debating the alternative to austerity in Spain and the UK Contents of this longer than usual post The Austerity Scam Podemos Yes we can do away with growth The Viable Economy and the Paradox of Green Keynesianism The Austerity Scam … Continue reading →
Steady State Manchester launched the Viable Economy pamphlet on 9 December 2014 at the Methodist Hall. Some thirty people came together to discuss and debate the contents of the Viable Economy and what people needed to do in order to … Continue reading →