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The popularity of electric cars looks set to increase, but they are no green panacea, argues Adam Reynolds.
Students have been campaigning for service improvements, but what about young people not at university? asks Chloë Maughan
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It’s high time for greater transparency in the world of interim managers at Bristol City Council, writes Tin Hinson Colin Molton works four days a...
Victory for renters who for too long have had to fork out.
Activist Graham McGrath reflects on the movement’s need to diversify its tactics and reach new people.
A Bristol plastic attack rebel says we must call time on corporate freedom to pollute, after Sir David Attenborough backs campaign to hand back plastic.
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Tiny homes are popping up in Bristol, with the council even bypassing its own policy to permit miniature flats. But as a solution to the housing crisis, this approach could do more harm than good.
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After it has gone up again in the face of cuts, it’s time to look at alternatives to this unfair and out-of-date tax.
The council has set out a bold vision to eradicate rough sleeping in just eight years, but can we get there?
This is no ordinary election, and it comes at a pivotal time, argues Nick Dowson.
Fight For Fair Air
Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley argues that it’s not that Black people aren’t green – it’s that the green movement is too white.
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Marvin Rees’ announcement this week that there is a ‘timeline’ for producing a Clean Air Plan is too little, too late.
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