As we recover from the pandemic, it is now more important than ever to make sure we put work tirelessly to create new green jobs – reducing unemployment and tackling the climate crisis.

And everybody, regardless of their ethnicity, sexuality, disability, faith, age or any other aspect of their identity should be able to flourish in Bristol.

We will make inclusion a priority in the development of a new, green economy in our city and make sure that the provision of jobs benefits excluded groups, young people and brings wealth to communities who are traditionally excluded.

Our Mayoral candidate Sandy has pledged to:

  • Create 10,000 new green jobs by insulating council houses and investing in renewable energy
  • Invest £10 million in our high streets, putting them back at the heart of our communities
  • Create a Green Business Support Fund to encourage the development of new green jobs
  • Lobby for a universal basic income pilot in the city to provide security for all
  • Double employment support offered by the council for young people seeking work

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