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The One City Approach is a new model of governance and civic involvement, bringing together a wide range of public, private, and third sector partners within Bristol who share an aim to make Bristol a fair, healthy and sustainable city.
The first iteration of the One City Plan was published in January 2019, incorporating recommendations from Our Future and setting out our city’s key challenges up to 2050, bringing the city together around a shared vision.
Bristol Green Capital Partnership plays a key role in supporting two new governance structures – the One City Environment Board and the Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change (BACCC) – to help to drive forward the activities described in the One City Plan.
In 2020, the Environmental Sustainability Board released the One City Climate Strategy – which sets out the key things we need to do to achieve a carbon neutral and more climate resilient city by 2030 – and the One City Ecological Emergency Strategy – a 10-year plan to protect wildlife, ecosystems and habitats in the face of the rapid decline in wildlife locally and globally.
- Read more about the work of the One City Environment Board
- Visit the website for the Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change
- Download the One City Climate Strategy
- Download the One City Ecological Emergency Strategy
- Download the latest version of the One City Plan
- Download the BACCC’s Annual Report on Year One
On 17 March, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), the UK’s independent adviser on tackling climate change, visited Bristol as…Link
The Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change (BACCC) has published its Annual Report on Year Two, a review of the…Link
The COVID-19 pandemic is having far-reaching impacts across our society and economy, despite Bristol showing strong community resilience. In this…Link
Bristol’s One City Climate Strategy was launched by the One City Environmental Sustainability Board on 26 February, which describes a…Link
On 4 February Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, declared an ecological emergency. This follows 2018’s declaration of a climate emergency…Link
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