Gus Hoyt: Bristol shows how being green is the only sensible thing to do – Bristol24-7

Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, continually argues, Manchester City Council cannot do anything without the other councils within Greater Manchester doing so as well.  I attended the Triodos Bank AGM (Annual General Meeting) in Bristol the other month and heard some inspirational stories from people including those from Bristol.  The Mayor of Bristol was one of those who spoke about what had been achieved and what they are still trying to achieve.  There was an atmosphere of being part of the solution and of success.  This feeling of success, came on top of my feeling, things are getting done in Bristol, after my visit for the Triodos Renewables Fund AGM.  I had posted earlier about my visit to the AGM: Bristol-and-Wessex-Water.  Not the constant complaints why it cannot be done or that it is somebody’s fault, they constantly emanates from Richard Leese.  How he can be considered a leader, is beyond me, he is unfit to be in charge of an empty shopping trolley, in an empty car park.  The article reinforces the fact, that Bristol is moving forward on being green and sustainable:

Gus Hoyt: Bristol shows how being green is the only sensible thing to do – Bristol24-7.

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