One City Economic Recovery and Renewal Strategy
The One City Economic Recovery and Renewal Strategy has been produced with input from a wide range of institutions, organisations and individuals in Bristol, and begins to set out our priorities for recovering and renewing the city’s economy in the context of sustainable development.
One City Climate Strategy
Bristol’s Environment Board has come together to develop a One City Climate Strategy. It builds on Bristol’s challenges and opportunities, including the inequalities in the city, but also the existing climate action and the networks and knowledge in the city
One City Ecological Emergency Strategy
In 2020, Bristol partners came together to declare an ecological emergency. Bristol’s wildlife, ecoystems and habitats are vitally important to us all, as the loss of biodiversity affects our lives in many ways, from the insects that pollinate our food to the green spaces that enhance our resident’s health and wellbeing.
This strategy is our city’s first co-ordinated effort to confront the ecological decline we face and put forward solutions that match the urgency and scale of the issue.
Bristol Belonging Strategy for Children and Young People
The One City Belonging Strategy for Children and Young People was constructed with partners, children, young people and their families. It sets out how we will begin our journey of recovery from the pandemic, by mitigating its adverse impacts across our communities and building back better within a generation.
The Vision statement sets out the shared intent and describes the approach we aim to embed.
Work on Belonging has been organised into four themes, and a strategy has been developed for each of these as follows:
Supporting documents for the Belonging Strategy: