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    Is this the future of food?
    Livestock farming is one of the biggest causes of greenhouse gas emissions but could there be another way? The Economist set up a taco stall with a difference in central Bristol last week. In an...
  • What can we learn from the Green City of Freiburg?
    With green jobs, low-emission transport and bountiful green spaces, it’s no wonder Freiburg has become a role model for other cities that aspire to share its eco-credentials. As winner of the German Sustainability Award in...
  • Organic, green and clean: here’s why we loved Valley Fest
    Festival season is well and truly upon us and there is often nothing better than donning the glitter and getting a good stomp on in a field. Yet, the commercialisation of some of the...
  • Top 5 reasons to join Communicate 2017
    Communicate is the UK’s annual conference for environmental communicators, a massively diverse community of professionals working across multiple sectors to share, inspire and engage people with environmental issues. Hosted by Bristol Natural History Consortium from...
  • Air Pollution
    The end of the car as we know it?
    Today was a milestone in motoring history. The government sent shockwaves through the automotive industry by announcing it was going to ban all new petrol and diesel cars by 2040. This groundbreaking policy, which...
  • Energy
    The £40bn energy tech revolution
    Yesterday we saw the government make a bold statement in its latest energy strategy – committing to save consumers up to £40 billion by 2050, at the same time as dragging our aging energy...

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