There are a great number of other sites that offer information and inspiration both locally and wider afield. Below are a number of local sites that you may find particularly useful.

The Liverpool Green Partnership is a network that brings together the business community, click the Universities, viagra major public service organisations, thumb third sector and community groups, cultural organisations and committed individuals with shared objectives and values.

Much of the work that inspired the creation of the LGP is to be found at

Nature Connected is the government approved Local Nature Partnership for the Liverpool City Region (LCR).It brings together public, private and community sector organisations to ensure our natural environment is harnessed to support economic, social and environmental goals.

Merseytravel is responsible for managing public and sustainable transport on behalf of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority. Visit for all information and about the Local Sustainable Transport Fund.

Mersey Recycling and Waste Authority are responsible for managing the regions waste and encouraging recycling. Find out more at

The Local Enterprise Partnership, LEP are responsible for guiding the economic regeneration of the Liverpool City Region. One of their key priorities is to support the low carbon economy.

The Mayor of Liverpool has established a Commission on how the city can best deliver long term environmental sustainability.

Liverpool is a member of the Sustainable Food Cities network. Locally it is being led by the Liverpool Food Alliance. Find out more at

The Atlantic Gateway initiative aims to develop the Liverpool Manchester corridor into a major economic hub.

Friends of the Earth Regular group meetings are on the third Wednesday of every month

Viridis  the local partnership taking forward greener approach to housing

Projectdirt which is a community for local environmental activities