Welcome to the Year of the Environment 2009
Welcome to Liverpool’s Year of Environment 2009 website. Throughout the Year of the Environment we’re aiming to take Liverpool a step closer to becoming truly green and sustainable.
The theme of Year of the Environment is Our city. Our planet. The things we do right here in our city of Liverpool can have a big impact on our planet. That’s why we want to tackle climate change and reduce our carbon footprint. We’ll also celebrate some of the great green initiatives already in action in Our City.
On this website we’ll tell you about all the great ways you can get involved in Year of the Environment. It’s Our city. Our planet. – get involved and you will make a difference!
Got an example of a good environment project? Need feedback or assistance? Please provide information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Did You Know
That Liverpool City Council (LCC) has a real-time energy management system that allows it to identify increases or excessive power usage throughout its properties.
North West Green Grassroots Awards
Join with us in celebrating the North West’s Green champions and recognising their achievements in helping to deliver a low carbon future.
This is the inaugural year for the North West Green GrassRoots Awards, a campaign to showcase the region’s best-practice projects, the people, businesses and organisations that are making a remarkable contribution to a more sustainable environment.
It’s free to enter so if you know of someone who deserves recognition for their efforts, please visit the award website www.nwgreenawards.com for more information on the awards and for nomination forms. Alternatively, to speak to a member of the North West Green GrassRoots team please call 0151 282 9622 or email them at Enquiries@nwgreenawards.com
Team Green Britain
Everyone's eyes will be on London in 2012. It's our chance to show the world that Britain is leading the world in the race against climate change. Working together as a team, we could help Britain reduce its carbon footprint by 2012 and have a lot of fun in doing so. Find out more about how to get involved at www.teamgreenbritain.org