Bountiful Bristol Bulletin

BRISTOL ECOSHOW by nadiacatkinhillman
June 6, 2012, 10:57 am
Filed under: Art, international, justice, music, peak oil, performance

Celebrating custodianship of nature in

14 June at Saint Stephen’s 7.30pm £8/£6 on door 21 St Stephens Street BS1 1EQ



Food. Displays. Film. Residents stories of city’s green spaces they love. ffi 07804363170

 At the end of March public pressure forced a retreat by the Council over proposed sell-offs of several council-owned green spaces. This ecoshow concert celebrates this and other events.

Since 2009 The Bristol Ecoshow has been a part of the coming together of Continue reading


NAKBA-60 CONFERENCE – Bristol SATURDAY 26th APRIL by nadiacatkinhillman
April 22, 2008, 11:55 pm
Filed under: international, justice, Uncategorized

A chance to hear nationally and internationally acclaimed speakers,
plus workshop time to meet local people who have visited Palestine.
This conference is unique in the UK – Not to be missed!

10.30am til 5.00pm at Malcolm X Centre, City Road, St Pauls, Bristol.
Headline speakers include: Continue reading

Bristol Stop the War Coalition Film Screening of ‘Offside’. by nadiacatkinhillman
January 23, 2008, 3:50 pm
Filed under: international

Date: Saturday 26th January
Time: 2.30pm
Venue: St Werburghs Community Centre, Horley Road, Bristol, BS2 9TJ
Admission: £5 (£3 concessions)


Refreshments will be available

‘Offside’ is about a group of young women who break into a football stadium to watch their national team compete in the World Cup qulaifiers. From acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Jafar Pahani (White Balloon, The Circle, Crimson Gold) this film challenges many misconceptions surronding Iran and Iranian women. More info at:

This showing is to raise funds for Bristol Stop The War Coalition – come along and bring your friends.

For further information email

BREAKING THE SILENCE – A new play about the environmentalist Rachel Carson by nadiacatkinhillman
January 18, 2008, 3:15 pm
Filed under: international, performance

Circomedia, 6th Feb 7.30pm, £8 / £5

“The chemical war is never won, and all life is caught in its violent

Breaking the Silence is a play about the life and works of Rachel
Carson, probably the most influential ecologists of the 20th Century,
She took on both the US government and the agro-chemical industry in
her ground breaking book “Silent Spring” published in 1962.This show
is not a history lesson, it’s not about fear and despair, it’s a love
story which reverberates with the world we face today.

Tickets available from
7 Generations, Picton Street, Montpelier, 0845 330 3934
Earthbound, Abbotsford Rd, Cotham, 0117 904 2260


Book online by sending an email to silentspring. bristol@gmail. com
these tickets can be collected and paid for on the night.

Circomedia, Portland Square, St Pauls, Bristol

Wednesday 6th Feb 7.30pm

How Much?
£8, £5 concessions.

The Heart of the World – Film Screening by nadiacatkinhillman
November 7, 2007, 12:54 pm
Filed under: international, justice, media

Sustainable Solutions and Survival International are showing the film ‘The Heart of the world’ – a film about the Kogi people of Columbia who have a message to give to the world.
Their survival is under threat and so are many other indigenous tribes in the world. This will be followed by a short film by Survival International and a discussion.
Event is free
Venue-the Fielden Theatre at the City Academy, Russell Town Avenue
Time – 7.15 for 7.30 start on Thursday November 8th
Bar and refreshments available before the film.

Please take action to make EU sanctions in Burma a reality. by nadiacatkinhillman
October 13, 2007, 8:47 am
Filed under: government, international, justice
European foreign ministers will decide on Burma this Monday – urge your own foreign minister to back targeted sanctions and incentives!

Send Your Message

This Monday, October 15, the foreign ministers of the 27 European Union states will meet in Luxembourg–and decide whether to live up to their warnings to the Burmese junta.

Three weeks ago, the EU vowed to step up sanctions on the Burmese regime if it cracked down violently on the protesters. If the EU fails to take action now, the Burmese regime will take it as a sign that international pressure is mere talk, and won’t hesitate to commit further atrocities.

Burma isn’t a democracy, but EU countries should be. Continue reading

Carbon Justice: ethical responses to climate change by nadiacatkinhillman
August 10, 2007, 9:06 am
Filed under: international, justice

One might argue that the british summer never really begun, but the impending inevitability of its end marked by leaves falling and nights closing in is almost upon us. It’s time to maximise on sunshine and take advantage of al fresco events like this…
Where: Bristol Urban Beach, Redcliffe Wharf, Redcliffe, Bristol, BS1 6SR

When: August 28th 6-8pm

What: Climate change impacts the whole planet, but the poorest countriesin the world are where it will be felt the most. In the richest
countries where the problem is caused, it is tempting to think that
easy solutions – like offsetting – will suffice. Meanwhile, going low
carbon in places like the UK is seen as a middle class luxury leaving
low income areas with the worst environmental problems. This event
will explore how our responses to climate change can meet the greatest
need first- home and abroad.