Biology in Bristol

Why choose Biology at Bristol? Well, passion for the environment and diversity not only lies at the heart of our School but also at the heart of our city. Find out about some of the fantastic work biologists in Bristol are engaging with, below!

Birdgirl Takes Flight

Mya-Rose Craig, AKA Birdgirl, is helping inner city children connect with nature. Disover more about how Mya-Rose is doing this at the following link:

https://www.yearofgreenaction.org/green-actions/black2nature

Mya-Rose also became the youngest Briton to be awarded honorary degree in February 2020. Find out more at the link below:

https://www.bristol.ac.uk/news/2020/february/mya-rose-craig.html


Bristol Green Capital Partnership

Bristol Green Capital Partnership is a unique network of organisations that have pledged to work towards a sustainable city with a high quality of life for all. Find out how this amazing initiative is set up by clicking on the following link:

https://bristolgreencapital.org/

Black and Green Ambassadors for Bristol 2020 - 23 will recruit, mentor and support nine Ambassadors – emerging leaders with environmental and social justice ambitions – to work between Bristol’s diverse communities, businesses, organisations and individuals on issues of environmental sustainability, equality, diversity and inclusion. You can find out more at the link below:

https://bristolgreencapital.org/project_cat/blackandgreenambassadors/


BBC Natural History Studio is just a stone's throw away! 

From its home in Bristol BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit has for over half a century pioneered use of ground-breaking technical and creative innovation to open our eyes to the wonders of the natural world. Check out the massive scope of the BBC Natural History Studio at this link:

https://www.naturalhistorynetwork.co.uk/bbc-studios-nhu

 

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