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.
‘An ancient form of democracy that gives power to ordinary people to make an impact on decisions that affect us all.’ That’s how XR (Extinction
XR Bristol’s “Bristol on Board” campaign, under which the group is demanding more affordable public transport whilst supporting the fight against Bristol Airport expansion.
In the battle for a green future, we should turn to an often overlooked force: trade unions.
A group of residents calling themselves Bee the Change have installed a bee-friendly garden on top of a bus stop on Cheltenham Road in what they say is a call for action on nature.
Youth climate groups are joining forces to launch a campaign for ‘free and fair’ buses.