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UK rush to incinerate will undermine recycling says new report

09 August 2017

UK may also abandon EU recycling targets after Brexit

New study reveals negative economic impacts of Brexit on South West towns and cities

09 August 2017

Swindon and Bristol will be most affected cities in the South West that will face an adverse economic impact from Brexit

Green councillors question financial logic of cuts to tree maintenance in Bristol

22 July 2017

Greens raise concerns over lack of costed business case or risk assessment

MEP calls on South West Labour MPs to back referendum on Brexit deal

22 July 2017

Most Labour Party members support the idea, while MPs engage in 'wishful thinking' over Brexit

Votes at 16: Bristol Greens give Youth Parliament policy a boost

22 July 2017

Green Councillors urge the council to actively promote and work towards Votes at 16

Green Cabinet member leads on Clean Air for Bristol

19 July 2017

Green councillors welcome Mayor’s report on the council’s progress towards a Clean Air Zone for Bristol

Green Councillor in Bristol calls for curb on pavement parking

19 July 2017

Charlie Bolton calls on the Mayor to take action on the issue

MEP demands Local Authorities reveal emergency plans for Hinkley nuclear incident

07 July 2017

Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has written to 15 local authorities asking what plans they have in place to deal with an emergency nuclear incident at Hinkley.

On National Clean Air Day, Bristol Greens eagerly await Mayor’s progress report

18 June 2017

Green councillors say it is vital to recognise the importance of clean, breathable air to everyone’s health and wellbeing.

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