Mark Leach is a Project Manager in Bristol City Council’s Climate Change team and has been involved in the Community…Link
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Community Climate Action Project
During 2022 six community organisations, co-produced community climate action plans with and for their communities. There are several strands to the current phase of the project including the development of six innovative community-led climate action projects, a new Community Leadership Panel on Climate and Just Transition, a learning and peer mentoring programme to empower community climate action, citywide creative engagement on climate and nature, and a citywide sustainable transport project.
Find out more about phase 2 of the project, Bristol’s first community climate action plans, the learning and mentoring programme, creativity and climate action and the supporting materials developed through the project.
Eastside Community Trust will be working to improve Easton and Lawrence Hill’s resilience to more extreme temperatures and rising energy…Link
Heart of BS13 are launching a closed-loop food composting project for their three-year National Lottery funded community climate action demonstrator…Link
ACH are developing a green employment and business project for their three-year National Lottery funded community climate action demonstrator project.…Link
Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust are developing a rewilding project for their three-year National Lottery funded community climate action demonstrator project. Learn…Link
Bristol Disability Equality Forum are developing a repair hub for their three-year National Lottery funded community climate action demonstrator project…Link
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