March 2019 Newsletter

Greater Manchester’s second Green Summit took place on Monday 25th March, and to tie in with this event we produced a newsletter (pdf 3.5mb) featuring the various ways we can make carbon savings at work and in our everyday lives to help keep within the city’s carbon budget. The four main themes we focused on were Transport, Plastic-free, Homes and Food.    We’ve included tips on how to encourage your local MP and Councillors to take action, as well as ways to get involved personally by giving your time or money or via social media.

Download the March newsletter (pdf 3.5mb)

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Newsletter Archive

Here is our newsletter archive, with the newsletters to download as pdfs.

  • Christmas 2018 (pdf, 5.2mb) – Plastic-free Christmas
  • Spring 2016
  • Autumn 2015 (pdf, 276kb) – Disco Souperstars- The next moves in fighting food waste
  • Spring 2015 (pdf, 1.3mb) – Zombie Car Parks–rise and fall
  • Autumn 2014 (pdf, 1.4mb) – Trafford Says No to Fracking- The Frack Free Trafford petition attracts over 1,300 local signatures
  • Summer 2014 (pdf, 1.3mb) – Award Winners! Manchester FoE wins the Group of the Year award at national FoE’s BASECAMP
  • Spring 2014 (pdf, 1.6mb) – Kept in the Dark Manchester FoE teams up with 10:10 to show how house hunters lack vital energy information
  • Winter 2013 (pdf, 1.1mb) – Global Frackdown—Local Action Manchester FoE ask the people of Salford to say the F(racking) Word is a dirty word
  • Autumn 2013 (pdf, 1.5mb) – Our Own Bee Tea (and) Tower Cat helps MFoE build up nectar points for Manchester’s bees
  • Summer 2013 (pdf, 1.5mb) – Come and Join Our Free Lunch Help make food history at Manchester’s first ever Feeding the 5000 event
  • Spring 2013 (pdf, 1.1mb) – How Smart Is Your Phone?
  • Winter 2012 (pdf, 1.3mb) – Green Is Working, Say MPs Friends of the Earth’s campaign gets cross-party support in Manchester
  • Autumn 2012 (pdf, 1.2mb) – Seeds of Weeds Will Please Bees Bees, bugs, birds and bats boost biodiversity in the City Centre
  • November 2011 (pdf, 1.6mb) – Let’s Fix the Big Six Manchester FoE gets the new campaign moving with a stunt at the Conservative conference
  • September 2011 (pdf, 1.8mb) – Pushing Carbon Onto the Agenda Young Friends of the Earth join in the ‘One Penny’ campaign
  • June 2011 (pdf, 750kb) – It’s Time to Talk Rubbish Campaigners urge David Cameron to make sure we can recycle more ‘black bin’ waste
  • April 2011 (pdf, 585kb) – Making Cycling Count
  • February 2011 (pdf, 585kb) – Making Cycling Count
  • November 2010 (pdf, 562 kb) – Have I Got MOOs For You! Manchester FoE gets its message ‘herd’ as part of the national MOOvement campaign
  • August 2010
  • April 2010 (pdf, 161kb) – Election Special – How Green Are Your Candidates?
  • March 2010 (pdf, 1.6mb) – Wave or ripple? London Wave Climate Change March