The same people who brought you Manchester Climate Fortnightly are setting up Manchester Climate Monthly. It will publish on the first Monday of the month, but already there is a growing website over here. You can hit the subscribe button, … Continue reading
Sorry, thought I had left a “closed” message on this site. The last MCFly (issue 61) was published on November 14, 2010. The editor flew (yes, flew) to Australia, and nobody else was interested in learning the ropes. Goodnight and … Continue reading
There, done. 8 pages of the blighter, with a bile-filled supplement about… well, I wouldn’t want to spoil it for you both. Download as a pdf, or read it below as a scribd document.
Marc Roberts‘ latest cartoon (vastly improved, as usual, from a mediocre script by me – see below). Frank is looking out the window of his house, yelling “Hurry up Zorro, that wave is coming right at us – we’ll all … Continue reading
Labour Councillor Mary Murphy has escaped any punishment for substantially altering and then circulating a MCFly story about the Hulme by-election (see details here and here). On October 21st, following a formal complaint by MCFly, a ‘Code of Conduct for … Continue reading
Saturday saw a big meeting on climate change happen in Stockport. MCFly couldn’t be there, so is reduced to doing what journalists traditionally do in these circumstances; reprinting a press release… More than 60 people concerned about climate change attended … Continue reading
You only have to endure two pages this time. But 9 compressed stories on the front page, a calendar and 4 more pieces on the back. Never let it be said MCFly is not worth its cover price! PDF here. … Continue reading