An event this month aims to unite over 200 of Bristol’s climate and social justice campaign groups to work together to solve common problems.
Bristol City Council have proudly announced the installation of new bee-friendly bus stops across the city, less than six months after a similar installation by volunteers was torn down.
Four years after declaring a climate emergency, Bristol council’s commitment to climate action was questioned by campaigners and an ironic birthday cake.
Human rights campaigners Bristol Outcry marked the anniversary with an afternoon of talks, poetry and music on College Green to raise awareness of human rights issues at home and abroad.
Environmental campaigners took action against local MP Jacob Rees-Mogg to call out his support of raw sewage being dumped in British waterways.
The “Tour of Shame”, as it was called, organised by XR Peace Bristol and Bristol Against Arms Trade, visited six arms companies in north Bristol: Thales and Leonardo in Stoke Gifford, BAE Systems and MBDA in Filton, Airbus on Gloucester Road North, and Rolls-Royce in Patchway.