Opinion: We need our stoves
For someone living in a boat or van during the winter, having a stove can be a matter of life and death, argues boater Mike Doherty.
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Opinion: Wood burning stoves are deadly, not trendy
Stuart Phelps argues that “poverty is the only excuse for burning wood in the city".
How the air we breathe is a matter of equality
In Bristol’s inner city areas, residents produce less air pollution than wealthier suburbs - but suffer the worst effects.
“This is a fight”: Opposition to St Philip’s gas plant plans intensifies
The proposed gas generation plant would be just 90m from a nursery school.
The fight is on to prevent Lawrence Hill gas power station
Power plant proposed for next to primary school in inner-city Lawrence Hill, yet again.
Plutus Energy lose appeal to build Lawrence Hill power station
Community campaigners rejoice after 18-month effort to stop polluters moving into Lawrence Hill.
Air quality: Blue sky thinking?
UWE Bristol researchers are creating a ‘toolkit’ for radical, citizen-led action on air pollution.
Our 2016 favourites: Cable news
A few of the Cable’s favourite news articles that we’ve worked on in 2016.
Campaigners win power station battle
Calls for a ‘no-burn’ policy on fuel generation within the city following tense campaign to protect air quality in Lawrence Hill.
Lawrence Hill power station: council denies further air quality studies
Despite levels of air pollution in the area breaching EU legal requirements, campaigners’ calls for more studies on the plant’s impact have been denied.
“Underhand and sneaky”: Plutus Energy plan new power station
Energy company make second attempt to build an inner city power station in the city’s most deprived ward.
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