We believe in the power of community to bring about real change. You don’t have to look far to see evidence of the power of dedicated and passionate groups, from the School Strikes For Climate to the Black Lives Matter movements, communities all over the world are mobilising to take on the ‘norm’ and bring about real change.
What if 2020 was the year we rebuilt the world’s systems? The time when we rebuilt our processes, rebuilt our infrastructures and even rebuilt even our own thinking. What if we used this year to champion ‘good’ and really begin to lay the foundations for the future that we all want and need.
We know we will never truly understand the meaning of police brutality, of systemic racism, of unequal employment and of the fear of being killed because of the colour of our skin, but we’re here to learn.
Today we’ve never been prouder to be Bristolian. Today, our beautiful city welcomed a true Enviral hero – Greta. Having inspired and mobilised an entire generation to act on the climate crisis, Greta today stood shoulder to shoulder with Bristol Youth Strike for Climate in protesting for the future of our planet.
Climate anxiety. Apocalypse fatigue. Climate depression. Eco Anxiety. Whatever you call it, overwhelm at the state of our planet has never been higher. So, how do we communicate the climate crisis without causing this?
As we jump headfirst into the next decade, it seems our planet needs our help more than ever. So what’s in store for 2020. More of the same? We hope not. The time for talking is over. We all know we’re in the midst of a climate crisis, so this has to be the year we act.