CASwiki news articles have a focus on news of community action for sustainability. This article is an offshoot from CASwiki's Bristol community action article and is for news and comment in that context. Image: College Green, Bristol. Bristol Cathedral can be seen through the trees. Attribution: Eirian Evans
  • Bristol City Councils commitment to nature's recovery being tested!, (Sep 01, 2023)
  • ‘I want a city which prioritises cyclists, walkers and wheelers over cars', (Jun 07, 2023)
  • On your marks, get set, Sparks! Avon Wildlife Trust opens first pop-up shop at creative arts and sustainability hub, (May 15, 2023)

2022[edit | edit source]

  • Bristol's forthcoming solar-powered film studio will be driven by the biggest star of them all, The Daily Alternative (Oct 31, 2022)
  • What if the power and resources to build our neighbourhoods were in community hands?, (Oct 27, 2022)
  • Developing towns in Coalville, building houses in Grimsby, generating solar power in Bristol - these CANs are vibrant and concrete, The Daily Alternative (Jul 02, 2022) — This week, we have a cascade of what we call CANs, cosmo-local initiatives, coming into our radar. It’s great just to chart their vitality.
  • The tallest wind-turbine in England, built by a community network full of agency, in one of Bristol's most deprived areas, The Daily Alternative (Apr 23, 2022)
  • ‘The case of Bristol Airport exposes the gaping flaw in National Planning Guidance', (Feb 11, 2022)

2021[edit | edit source]

The activist entrepreneurs running zero-waste shops, Aug 6[1]

  • Social sustainability prize for Knowle West outdoor community hub, (May 24, 2021)

2020[edit | edit source]

Bristol publishes roadmap for tackling ecological emergency, Sep 24[2]

Britain beyond lockdown: can social and climate justice come together? Communities in Bristol are devising their own solutions to problems linked with the city's role in slavery.[3] Jul 3

Bristol reveals plans to pedestrianise historic centre in Covid-19 revamp.[4] May 21

Greta Thunberg, Bristol climate strike: 'The world is on fire'[5] Feb 28

2019[edit | edit source]

Bristol council votes to ban diesel cars in first for a UK city.[6] Nov 5

I applaud Bristol for banning diesel vehicles. But why not ban all private cars? Leo Murray.[7] Nov 4

Solar helps Bristol council meet climate targets two years early.[8] Mar 14

News sources[edit | edit source]

  •, added 17:56, 22 September 2023 (UTC)
  • Bristol24/7, independent media outlet and community interest company, added 15:28, 14 February 2022 (UTC)
  • Bristol Cable, media co-operative – created and owned by people in the city.

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