Bristol's Green Roots
The growth of the environment movement in the city

By Emmelie Brownlee

Bristol's Green Roots
Paperback, 248 pages £15.00
Published: 5th October 2011
ISBN: 9780857840288
Format: 210mm x 148mm


Bristol’s Green Roots has drawn on the thoughts and memories of more than a hundred people who have worked in Bristol’s environmental movement over the last 40 years to make our city, and the world, more sustainable, people-friendly and equal.

Tracing the beginnings of organisations like Sustrans, Centre for Sustainable Energy and Bristol Friends of the Earth as well as the work of some of the extraordinarily dedicated sustainable businesses, community groups, initiatives and individuals, this publication celebrates the achievements of those who strive to make Bristol a better place to live.

Bristol’s Green Roots is a Schumacher Institute project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It documents the history of Bristol’s modern environmental movement to ensure that the achievements, successes and lessons learned over the past four decades are recorded for future generations.

Emmelie Brownlee

Emmelie has a research and critical thinking background and a degree in English Literature and Cultural Criticism from Cardiff University. She is interested in the way that cultural frameworks shape our way of thinking and behaving and thinks that an understanding of this is pivotal in order to develop sustainable lifestyles.
This research has also made her aware of the important role that well-being plays in the sustainability movement.

Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 248 pages
ISBN: 9780857840288
Format: 210mm x 148mm

BISAC Code:  NAT010000, NAT011000, POL044000, SOC026000
Imprint: Schumacher Institute

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