In response to a request from Bristol One City stakeholders, the Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change (BACCC) has worked quickly to produce a Rapid Assessment on Liveable and Low Traffic Neighbourhoods. This assessment gathers and identifies the quality of case studies and evidence and presents recommendations to improve the success of potential schemes. ToContinue reading “Liveable and Low Traffic Neighbourhoods: Rapid Assessment”
The Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change has worked quickly to produce a Rapid Assessment of the Opportunities presented by the BEIS Energy White Paper and the UK Government’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution. This Rapid Assessment aims to brief key stakeholders on the funding and other opportunities available to support Bristol’sContinue reading “BEIS Energy White Paper and Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution: Rapid assessment of the opportunities”
Bristol’s first citizen’s assembly, which will see a group of residents help shape the city’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, will take place this weekend. The citizens’ assembly will give members of the public the time and opportunity to learn about and discuss a topic, before reaching conclusions and then making recommendations to be takenContinue reading “Bristol holds it’s first Citizens Assembly”
Exactly one year following its establishment, the Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change (BACCC) has published the Annual Report on Year One to review its first year of operations and key contributions to Bristol’s response to the climate emergency. This report captures BACCC’s key activities to date, its conclusions on the One City Climate StrategyContinue reading “BACCC Launches Annual Report on Year One”
The BACCC welcomes the development of the new One City Climate Strategy.