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We are thrilled to announce that the Bristol Green Capital Partnership collaborative bid to the National Lottery Community Fund’s Climate Action Fund has been successful, which means that Bristol’s efforts to become carbon neutral by 2030 are set to receive a £375K boost.

Local people are at the heart of the new project, which will support community-led climate actionputting them in the driving seat and empowering them to respond to climate change in their communities.

The funding from the National Lottery’s Climate Action Fund will enable six organisations across Bristol – Ambition Lawrence Weston, ACH, Bristol Disability Equality Forum, Heart of BS13, Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust, and Eastside Community Trust (formerly Up Our Street) – to play a leading role in shaping Bristol’s transition to a low carbon and climate resilient cityThis project will be supported by three lead programme partners  Bristol Green Capital Partnership, who led the funding bid; Centre for Sustainable Energy; and Bristol City Council.  

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