Farming’s devastating impact on urban air pollution
Ammonia – one of the major sources of pollution is unregulated and unmonitored by the government.
Planning officers recommend APPROVAL of St Philip’s Marsh gas plant
Local campaigners are dismayed that power generation could happen 80m from a nursery school.
Why Bristol needs to fight for fair air
The Bristol Cable is launching a campaign calling for drastic action on Bristol's deadly air pollution. Here's why.
Changing gear: what next for cycling in Bristol?
To get us out of cars and reduce air pollution, Bristol needs to radically overhaul its cycle network. Other cities are leading the way.
Opinion: Bristol’s leadership is failing to stop the city choking
Marvin Rees’ announcement this week that there is a ‘timeline’ for producing a Clean Air Plan is too little, too late.
Council admits Clean Air Plan won’t come into effect until 2020 earliest
As cities across the UK begin to tackle their toxic air, Bristol confirms extended delay to Clean Air Plan.
Air pollution action debated in Council’s budget-setting session
Delay in clean air action is defended by Labour despite criticisms, opposition parties put forward alternative proposals.
Clean air plan deadline set to be missed
After harsh criticism from government for dragging its feet, the council was ordered to provide its plan to tackle air pollution by 21 February.
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.
Bristolians deserve clean air. Vote for this campaign to help make it happen.
Members are voting on our next campaign: Radical action is needed to tackle Bristol’s deadly pollution. Let’s make it happen.
Opinion: Wood burning stoves are deadly, not trendy
Stuart Phelps argues that “poverty is the only excuse for burning wood in the city".
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