Saturday 23rd April from 1-5pm. This is a free event but booking is essential on https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-crisis-event-tickets-537545492037?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
CLIMATE ACTION MARPLE – THE CRISIS EVENT Sunday 23rd April 12-5pm at Marple Hall High School, Hill Top Drive, Stockport, SK6 6JL Keynote speaker: Dr Amanda Maycock (Associate Professor in Climate Dynamics) from the Priestly International Centre for Climate, Leeds University. Tickets are free but booking essential via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-crisis-event-tickets-537545492037?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Thanks to all who signed the Greenpeace petition. South African courts have revoked Shell’s licence for seismic blasting off the country’s beautiful Wild Coast! Alongside almost 300,000 other people, you signed our petition calling on Shell to cancel its plans, standing in solidarity with local communities resisting the oil giant. This is a massive victory for […]
We have two new articles about Solar Panels and Electric Cars for you to read. Please follow the link here
See our links page for a list of companies which supply solar panels locally and nationally http://marplemess.org.uk/local-links
We have a link to a new guide which could be useful if you are thinking of moving away from petrol or diesel cars. Go to http://marplemess.org.uk/local-links and follow the link
Three members of the group travelled to Glasgow to make their voices heard on behalf of Marple residents. Other MESS members joined in the Manchester March on Saturday 6th November. See here for photos
A group of MESS supporters met outside William Wragg’s office in Marple to hand over a letter asking the government to do much more to prevent disastrous climate change. Read more about it here
There are four major goals for COP 26 1. Secure global net zero by mid-century and keep 1.5 degrees within reach 2. Adapt to protect communities and natural habitats 3. Mobilise finance 4. Work together to deliver See https://ukcop26.org/ for more information and write to your MP!
On Sunday 1st August we held a memorial service at St. Mary’s Church in Marple Bridge and later that day, a plaque was unveiled on the picnic table at the Community Orchard in Marple. Click here for some photos of the event.