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In December 2021, we invited Roger Griffith and Gnisha Bevan of Creative Connex consultancy to host an online workshop as part of the Black and Green Ambassadors programme. The idea was to examine with a new set of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic environmentalists to review what had changed since the first Black and Green conversation in 2015, seeking an update on the current challenges and signposting solutions for the future.

Olivia spoke at this national event, hosted by Global Action Plan and the Environment Agency alongside speakers from Black Environment Network and the Women’s Environment Network.

We are looking for four new recruits to start in September 2021. Could you be the next Black & Green Ambassador for Bristol?

Celebrating transformative climate solutions The Black & Green Ambassadors programme has been longlisted for a prestigious Ashden Award for Green Communities, highlighting resilient community

On Friday 26 February, University of Bristol’s student union declared a Climate Emergency Day of Action – the finale in a month long series of

On Monday 30th November, over 200 people tuned in to re-launch of the Black & Green Ambassadors programme – set to scale up its

An article from the National Environment Research Council on how Green & Black engaged the public with environmental science around challenging issues.