Bristol news Bristol people asked about the environmental impact of hot air balloons PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - We're asking you just as we start to see the multi-coloured vessels take to the skies again

Bristol news Bristol people asked about the environmental impact of hot air balloons PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - We're asking you just as we start to see the multi-coloured vessels take to the skies again

Bristol news Bristol people asked about the environmental impact of hot air balloons PremierLeague-News.Com
03 August 2022 - 09:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! You’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t get a rush of joy after spotting a hot air balloon out of their window, and luckily for us, in Bristol it’s not exactly a rare sight with the colourful vessels populating our skies most summer seasons. Indeed, on August 1, hot air balloons took to the Bristol skies as part of a series of pre-flights ahead of the official launch of Bristol Balloon Fiesta; an event which is preparing to return after a Covid-induced hiatus. According to Visit Bristol, our city is the UK’s second Gold Sustainable Food City, first Cycling City and a former European Green Capital. It’s also a Fairtrade city which means we trade fairly with almost five million workers in 58 developing countries. Head to the comments section to let us know your thoughts on hot air balloons and pollution - we want to hear from you. Therefore, it’s pretty evident that as a city, we are indeed very aware and cautious of our carbon footprint and the effect that our lifestyles and activities have on the environment that surrounds us. Naturally, this poses the question of whether we should be more aware of hot air balloons negatively impacting our environment.

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. Essentially, balloons do pollute, albeit it significantly lower than other forms of aviation. Hot air balloon flights do not revolve around the burning of a traditional fossil fuel, instead often using a mix of liquid propane and oxygen. Sign up to our Bristol Buzz newsletter for the latest city centre news here. What better way to gauge opinions of hot air balloons and pollution than asking the seasoned professional balloon-spotters themselves - Bristolians. We’re asking you if you think hot air balloons negatively affect our environment and if so, whether we should be doing anything about it? Head to the comments section to let us know your thoughts - we want to hear from you.

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