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It’s been 12 months since Liverpool City Council declared a Climate Emergency and pledged to become a zero-emissions council by 2030.
Liverpool City Council has written to every school in the city offering road safety measures to help maintain the improved air quality created by the Covid-19 lockdown.
Could you pick out a Poppy or spot a blooming Buttercup? Whatever the answer, if you want to see all those wildflowers and more in their stunning full-colour glory then look no further than Liverpool’s main roads and major routes this summer. It’s all part of the Liverpool Wildflower Gateways Project, which is a partnership between Liverpool City Council, the National Wildflower Centre at the Eden Project and is bringing a riot of colour to sites across the city.
Liverpool City Council has joined forces with Keep Britain Tidy as part of a unique education and enforcement programme to tackle litter in the city.
Liverpool has committed to a United Nations initiative to find sustainable ways to tackle poverty and improve health, education and economic growth.