Bristol and the Climate Crisis

City Leap launch delayed again

A £1billion venture to speed up Bristol’s decarbonisation has been delayed by a few more months, pushing the total cost of the project to council...

Watch: The new documentary celebrating Bristol's inner-city walks

Bristol was one of five areas with illegal air pollution in 2020

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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.

Bristol and the Climate Crisis

Could a camera developed in Bristol that can ‘see’ methane leaks offer a path to curbing industrial greenhouse gas emissions?

Bristol and the Climate Crisis

PHOTOESSAY: Protestors demand action on climate crisis

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.

Bristol Clean Air Zone approved for summer 2022, nearly a year later than planned

Support for greener transport and exemptions have finally been announced, four years after the government ordered Bristol to tackle illegal levels of air pollution

Bristolians are taking to the streets during Cop26 this weekend, but will it make a difference?

Building long-term networks and the role of trade unions are important in turning the tide in the uphill battle to climate change, according to activists organising Bristol’s protest on 6 November.

'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.

What is Cop26 and why does it matter? The complete guide

The crucial global climate summit in Glasgow has begun this week. Here are the basics explained for you.

Watch: 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.