Intention to Action Clinic: Transport
Transport accounts for a large percentage of Bristol’s carbon emissions, and a shift to walking, cycling and low carbon public transport would make our city a greener, healthier, more pleasant place to live.
There have been huge changes to the way people travel as a result of the pandemic, and the implementation of the Clean Air Zone in October will also have a big impact on the way people move around the city.
There is a unique opportunity for businesses to use this moment to review their transport practices and engage with employees to consider how and how often they travel in to work, in order to lock in the reduction in car use and increases in walking and cycling we saw during the early stages of the pandemic, which all help to significantly lower carbon emissions and support staff health and wellbeing.
The Partnership’s first Intention to Action Clinic as part of the Climate Action Programme invites organisations to share ideas and tackle transport-related challenges together in small groups, and we will also showcase ideas and solutions to help organisations make positive changes.
This workshop is limited to 20 organisations that have live transport challenges or ambitions. We will be prioritising those with 250+ employees for this first Intention to Action Clinic but invite any organisation of any size to register their interest.
Please register your interest by 11th June or get in touch with any questions.
There is also the opportunity to give a 60-second pitch of products and services that could help businesses reduce emissions from transport and support sustainable travel. Please complete this form by 11th June to apply for a slot.
- The Challenge and Opportunity
- Case study: North Bristol NHS Trust
- Pitches from solutions providers
- Group discussions – deep dive into challenges and solutions