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Projects

Projects

Bristol Green Capital Partnership Community Interest Company (CIC) works with partners to deliver a range of projects and initiatives that support the vision and mission of the Partnership – supporting innovation, enabling inclusive collaboration and promoting ambitious change.

Current project
Going for Gold
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Community-led Climate Action
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One City Approach
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Black and Green Ambassadors for Bristol
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Ongoing programme
Green Mingles & Gatherings
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Policy & Influence
Sustainable Development Goals
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Past project
Healthy City Week
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Past project
Better Bristol Crowdfunding
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Supporting Members

Bristol Green Capital Partnership community interest company is supported by the following organisations:

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