“People of Bristol! Your beautiful city has been chosen as the beneficiary of a new type of socio-industrial experiment.
With rumours that the proposed new nuclear builds at Hinckley and Oldbury will never rise from the mud, and a surge of middle class economic migrants from London, we at Atomkraft propose clean energy and mass employment…
Continue reading Atomkraft is coming! 8th August; “Public Planning Consultation” @ PRSC
London property developers Fifth Capital have released revised plans for the Carriageworks and Westmorland house and are holding a public consultation on Monday 20th July at Hamilton House, 6.30pm.
The Carriageworks Action Group release copies of the latest plans on their website this week.
What will happen to society when fossil fuels run out? Cuba is the only country that has faced such a crisis. Director Faith Morgan, together with the non-profit group ‘The Community Solution’, seeks to educate audiences about peak oil and the impact it will have on transportation, agriculture, medicine, and other industries.
“There are infinite small solutions. Crises or changes or problems can trigger many of these things which are basically adaptive. We are adapting.” – Roberto Sanchez
Part of PRSC’s European Green Capital Project
As part of our Bristol Green Fringe 2015 activities, we are pleased to offer a range of important books selected by Sara Venn, director of Incredible Edible Bristol, which discuss fundamental ideas around environmental issues. We have used some of our Green Capital Grant monies to subsidise these books: This is because it is ideas that will change our World.
All books are available for just £5 fully refundable.
They are ONLY available to collect from The Stokes Croft China/PRSC Gallery on Jamaica Street.
Click here to see available titles (While stocks last!).
Continue reading Eco Books for a fiver (Fully Refundable).