Watch: the filmmakers behind 'Rooted in Bristol' discuss land, race and inequality
The new documentary, which premiered at Afrika Eye Film Festival, profiles Bristol’s Black and Afro-Caribbean food growers who discuss the importance of equitable access to land.
Andreas Malm: 'Why climate activists should engage in acts of sabotage'
Environmental protesters need to rethink their tactics, argues a Swedish scholar of human ecology who came to Bristol this week.
'Disruptive protests don't win friends. But they work'
You are much more likely to achieve something if you are militant, argues International Public and Social Policy lecturer Oscar Berglund.
Adblock Bristol demands a ban on fossil fuel advertising
Campaigners are determined that Bristol follows in the footsteps of other councils by ridding the streets of high carbon advertising.
‘Bristol must take urgent action on alarming lack of diversity in climate change decision-making'
New research has found white men dominate key climate discussion in Bristol, which clashes with the city’s commitment to a just transition. Dr Alix Dietzel explains why this matters on the eve of COP26, and what Bristol needs to do.
West of England leaders vote to oppose Bristol Airport expansion, but Bristol abstains
Standing in for Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees was his deputy Craig Cheney, who did not contribute to the discussion and abstained from the vote.
'Airport expansion in an age of climate crisis is a moral decision. Anything else is greenwashing'
Steve Clarke, an anti-expansion campaigner, takes on the airport's arguments from the week when the inquiry focused on the climate crisis.