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The Black & Green Ambassadors programme marked the end of Year One at Bristol’s Festival of the Future City – with outgoing Ambassadors Asia, Roy and Olivia sharing their reflections from an unforgettable year, handing over the baton to the next four Ambassadors and launching the end of year one report and film.

Ujima Radio and Bristol Green Capital Partnership are delighted to announce that Ella Scotland-Waters, Miss Divine, Rosina Al-Shaater and Ruth Nortey have been appointed as the new Black & Green Ambassadors.

Having the opportunity to reflect on the air quality in my neighbourhood and other parts of Bristol, made me realise how varied air quality is depending on which area of a city you’re in, and how this seems to strongly correlate with social background and race. .

Researchers, Dr Alix Dietzel & Dr Alice Venn, share initial findings from their year-long project looking at the role of sub-state climate change actors in a just and inclusive transition, including the Black & Green Ambassadors.

How can the narrative within the climate justice movement shift from loss and sacrifice to one of growth, beauty and value of a fair,

In the run up to the elections on 6 May 2021, the West of England Mayoral candidates have been taking part in live debates to talk about their

At an online event on 21 January 2021, Black and Green Ambassador Olivia Sweeney joined a panel to discuss Extinction Rebellion and civil disobedience.

On 23 October 2020 Black & Green Ambassador and Sustainable Waste Consultant Olivia Sweeney took part in a Black Environmentalist panel discussion as part of St Pauls Carnival series of events