For months a small group of activists have targeted the large, polluting cars of the wealthy, deflating their tyres in the dead of night. With unparalleled access to the group, Max Roche explores what it means to be a Tyre Extinguisher.
One hundred people gathered at The Fountain Steps on Saturday, November 19, for a demo to remember Mahsa Amini, and others killed in protests in Iran since the death of the 22-year-old Kurd at the hands of the police.
On an unseasonably warm November day, Bristolians gathered to mark the COP 27 climate summit, which many believe will fail to result in meaningful action on climate change.
A scheme led by Bristol Green Capital Partnership is challenging barriers to action by reframing climate action as community action to tackle inequality, reduce social isolation and improve the local environment.
Hidden histories of one of Bristol most infamous streets will be on show next week as the Wardrobe Theatre hosts Old Market (Remixed), a one-man show celebrating the extraordinary in the everyday.
St George’s music hall was packed out and an overspill rally was held on nearby Brandon Hill when national campaign Enough is Enough held its first Bristol event last night.
As August comes to a close take a look back at all the action across Bristol over the last month.
In the battle for a green future, we should turn to an often overlooked force: trade unions.
On Friday a small rally was held in Broadmead to celebrate the resignation of Boris Johnson as prime minister the day before.
It was an amazing day of pride celebrations for the city.
Beautiful silhouettes, uplifting music and creative choreographies were a way to make a difference in Bristol and an unusual form of activism, writes Ralitsa Pashkuleva.
An advertising company has entered planning applications for 86 digital billboards across Bristol, campaign group Adblock Bristol have discovered. A map created by Adblock shows
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