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05
February
2016
Bristol City Council has added a new solar farm to its existing wind turbine site in Avonmouth. Together, the site could generate enough clean energy to power over 4,000 homes and is expected to save over 7,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide from being ...
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05
February
2016
Bristol City Council is offering grants of up to £10,000 to community energy groups for sustainable energy projects in their area. The funds, made available through the Bristol Community Energy Fund (BCEF), are designed to back activities with one ...
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05
February
2016
Bristol’s historic harbourside cranes will once again be set in motion for the next phase of the M Shed’s energy efficiency refurbishment project. New windows designed to provide natural ventilation and better heat regulation will replace 15% of ...
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05
February
2016
A desire to lead a healthier, happier life is something most people can relate to, especially during the early stages of a New Year. Our City caught up with Becky Pollard, Bristol City Council’s Director of Public Health, to talk about her team’s ...
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04
February
2016
An England-wide survey of over 7,000 people with mental health problems shows that nearly two thirds of people in the South West are left feeling isolated (62%), worthless (64%) and ashamed (63%) because of the stigma and discrimination they have ...
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03
February
2016
There’s a barrel-load of fun and some serious monkey business on offer as Bristol Museum and Art Gallery celebrates Chinese New Year on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February. To welcome in the Year of the Monkey visitors will be treated to a variety ...
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Environment: Bristol aims to be carbon neutral by 2050

15
Dec
2015
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