On 8th July, nearly 100 people took part in the Partnership’s first online Gathering ‘Bristol’s Reset, Nature’s Recovery’. Although many…Link
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Hosted by Bristol Green Capital Partnership, the monthly Green Mingle offers individuals, organisations and members the opportunity to network in an informal setting, to make connections and share ideas. It takes place on the first Thursday of every month between 5.30pm – 7.30pm.
The mingle is currently taking place online, check the online listings every month to book your place.
Bristol Green Capital Partnership hosts several gatherings each year. Members will receive an invitation via e-mail at least one month in advance, and you can find details on our online listings. If you or your organisation is not registered as a member, find out more here.
With a range of speakers, presentations and roundtable discussions, gatherings create a unique space for people and organisations to engage with key issues and initiatives, and to share ideas with other members and local organisations.
We often work with partners or focus on specific themes and topics – for example, resources, transport, energy, nature and food – offering the opportunity to identify priorities and to share expertise on how we can work collectively to become a sustainable city with a high quality of life for all.
Catch up on previous gatherings
Max Boon is a Senior Account Manager at Greenhouse PR, a communications agency dedicated to creating positive social and environmental…Link
In November 2018, the elected members of Bristol City Council became the first in the UK to declare a ‘climate…Link
On 5th March, Bristol Green Capital Partnership held one of its largest gathering's yet to explore how to accelerate progress towards…Link
On July 12th the Partnership hosted a joint event with Bristol City Council to inform organisations across the city about…Link
On 17th May, representatives from more than 85 organisations attended the launch of Bristol’s ambition to become the first Gold Award…Link