Bristol Green Councillors to attend largest ever Party Conference in Bournemouth
Bristol councillors will be attending the biggest ever autumn Green Party National Conference with a large number of local party members expected to head to Bournemouth this weekend.
Councillors put aside political differences to welcome refugees to Bristol
Bristol Councillors from across the political spectrum came together last night, supporting a motion calling for Bristol to welcome its share of refugees to Bristol.
‘Protect speed limits that keep our children safe’ say Green Councillors
As the Council gears up for a debate on 20mph, Green Councillors are calling for Bristol’s 20mph areas to be maintained.
Green Councillors question Council use of chemical weed-killer
Green Councillors are calling for clarity on the use of a chemical weed-killer by Bristol City Council. Roundup, which is the most commonly used commercial herbicide, is used by the council to control weeds and contains a controversial chemical called glyphosate. The chemical has been causing a debate among campaigners and community groups after its safety was called into question.
Green Councillors call on Bristol to welcome its share of refugees
Bristol Green Councillors have added their voice to refugee organisations calling on the Mayor to take immediate action to ensure that Bristol plays its part in welcoming refugees to the city.
Greens encourage Mayor to reduce "tide of waste" by investing in reuse and repair centre
The Green Party are calling on the mayor to invest in developing a Repair and Reuse facility in South Bristol to reduce waste being sent to landfill.
Greens Call for Bristol to Send ZERO Waste to Landfill by 2020
The Green Party is calling upon the Mayor and all other political parties to commit to a target of sending zero waste to landfill by 2020.
Greens Celebrate Success in Fight to Keep Libraries Open
Following the release of initial findings from the largest libraries consultation in Bristol’s history, the Green Party is today celebrating the news that plans to close 7 libraries across the city have officially been scrapped.
Greens back campaign to stop development of valuable green space in Eastville
Bristol Green Party has urged its members to support Protect Frome Valley's campaign to stop development of Colston playing fields.
Give us the Power to Build our Own Homes
Green Assistant Mayor Daniella Radice has today called on the Mayor to make the case for Bristol being given the powers to address its worsening housing crisis by Whitehall.