Manchester Green New Deal podcast

" Greater Manchester has had 2 Billion in cuts from the tories" interview with Councillor Sam Wheeler

October 05, 2020 Season 1 Episode 28
Manchester Green New Deal podcast
" Greater Manchester has had 2 Billion in cuts from the tories" interview with Councillor Sam Wheeler
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Manchester Green New Deal podcast
" Greater Manchester has had 2 Billion in cuts from the tories" interview with Councillor Sam Wheeler
Oct 05, 2020 Season 1 Episode 28

City councils don't often get the same attention as the national political movers. Important decisions are still being made though when it comes to our environment and the impact we  have on it. In hopefully the first of 96 interviews with Greater Manchester City Councillors we will delve into the heart of local politics and see what those who sit in power think about the climate emergency,  the repercussions of our actions on the climate and what our elected representatives at a local level think the city can do to save us from environmental collapse. This is an exercise in good faith and activists listening to the problems our representatives face. 

Joining us this week is Sam Wheeler, Labour Councillor for Piccadilly ward. Focusing on his patch, the city centre,  we discuss the history of Manchester council, how to allocate carbon produced across the region and does Manchester need a 7th climate scrutiny committee?



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Show Notes

City councils don't often get the same attention as the national political movers. Important decisions are still being made though when it comes to our environment and the impact we  have on it. In hopefully the first of 96 interviews with Greater Manchester City Councillors we will delve into the heart of local politics and see what those who sit in power think about the climate emergency,  the repercussions of our actions on the climate and what our elected representatives at a local level think the city can do to save us from environmental collapse. This is an exercise in good faith and activists listening to the problems our representatives face. 

Joining us this week is Sam Wheeler, Labour Councillor for Piccadilly ward. Focusing on his patch, the city centre,  we discuss the history of Manchester council, how to allocate carbon produced across the region and does Manchester need a 7th climate scrutiny committee?



If you like the show tell your comrades!
Find us on
 Twitter:@MCRGND_POD
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