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Progress of the Climate Change Plan For Manchester

30 May 2014 - 16:26 by Nigel Rose

MACF AGM Manchester: A Certain Future is an action plan to reduce the carbon emissions by 41% for the City of Manchester written by organisations all over the city, so it is owned by the city. The plan is overseen by a steering group and the first Annual General Meeting of the group will present an Annual Report documenting progress achieved so far against the targets set when the plan was published, and importantly, what's happening now.

The AGM is taking place on Tuesday 10 June 2014 at the Town Hall. The event starts at 4pm and from 6pm onwards there will be a drinks reception and time for networking.

Tony Juniper will give the keynote address and Gavin Elliot, Chairman of M:ACF Steering Group will present M:ACF’s 1st Annual Progress Report, followed by a Q+A session with the full Steering Group. There will also be an opportunity to question the Steering Group panel on progress made so far to reduce carbon emissions in the city and time to network with other delegates.

All are welcome and you can reserve your ticket here: https://macf-june14.eventbrite.co.uk

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