Improving air quality in Liverpool
Air pollution can cause serious health problems and be harmful to our children in Liverpool. Liverpool City Council and its partners are already working hard to help clear the air. If we all play our part and make small changes to reduce air pollution we can make a big difference.
An innovative giant living wall, part of a global effort to increase green space in city centres, has been approved by Liverpool City Council. The installation, one of the largest outside of London, will stretch across the outside of the upper floor of St...
A total of nine projects which will improve green and open spaces across Liverpool are set to receive cash from planning agreements made with developers.The schemes, which have a total value of £1.2 million, will receive £523,837 of Section 106 funding,...
The Mayor of Liverpool is to appoint the city’s first Climate Change champion to the city council’s cabinet.Councillor Laura Robertson-Collins has been chosen to take up the role on the day the city is set to declare a Climate Change Emergency at a special...
Our handy map makes it easy to see what current and upcoming air pollution levels are like in your area by bringing you the very latest information from Defra.
The air around us is made up of a collection invisible particles and gasses, some of which can damage our health. The more we know about the air we breathe, the easier it can be to protect ourselves, reduce exposure and work together to make a difference.
Reducing and avoiding pollution
There are simple things we can all do to protect ourselves and improve air quality and, if we add everyone's contribution together, we can help clear the air.