Went to a Forum for the Future event at Paintworks this morning about their plans to refit 1000 homes in Bristol, i.e. insulate, make as close to carbon neutral as possible, as part of the "UK's most sustainable city" project. Then met with reps from Equity, Bectu and South West Screen, and Doug Naysmith MP, to talk about the campaign to Keep Casualty in Bristol. The decision is expected by the end of the month. Lots of compelling reasons to keep it here. Then an afternoon interviewing for Pot Noodle Boy's replacement, and then a dinner at the Hilton in Aztec West with the Bristol branch of 'Business and Professional Women'. Tomorrow it's campaigning in Easton and popping into an International Women's Day event at Barton Hill Settlement.
So, tired and not blogging tonight. Here's something else to read, which I discovered through Twitter. The Price of Meat blog. Facts, facts and yet more facts. Till the cows come home.