Green corridor boost for Liverpool

Green corridor boost for Liverpool

To boost nature recovery and connect more people to nature in Merseyside and Cheshire, the Mersey Forest, through Community Forest Trust, has been awarded £1,326,700 to deliver its Community Forest programme ‘More From Trees’. The programme will improve biodiversity...

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Clean air pioneers provide city with food for thought

Clean air pioneers provide city with food for thought

Clean air pioneers provide city with food for thought In a secret bunker, a group of scientists may be on the brink of climate change alchemy! A group of scientists working in a secret underground lab in Liverpool have devised a novel way to improve the city’s air...

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Air quality data blitz on every breath we take

Air quality data blitz on every breath we take

Liverpool will be monitoring the air that we breathe in real time all day tomorrow (Thursday, 20 June) – as the city marks Clean Air Day. A specially commissioned Air Quality Monitoring Vehicle (AQMV), supplied by air data specialists Enviro Technology, will be on...

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Clean air plan funding boost

Clean air plan funding boost

LIVERPOOL City Council has been awarded an additional £652,000 by the Government to complete its clean air plan. The money will be used to accelerate the preparation of the document, which needs to be finished by the end of October, and is in addition to...

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Financial boost for environmental projects

Financial boost for environmental projects

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,...

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Mayor of Liverpool appoints Climate Change champion

Mayor of Liverpool appoints Climate Change champion

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...

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Pest Control clears the air with eco-friendly vans

Pest Control clears the air with eco-friendly vans

A Liverpool City Council team is causing a real buzz on the green scene after swapping its diesel-driven fleet of vans for cleaner electric vehicles.The pest control crew are out and about five days a week, visiting homes, businesses and public buildings...

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Council fleet goes green!

Council fleet goes green!

Liverpool City Council has taken delivery of 17 hybrid cars, as part of the local authority’s commitment to reducing emissions.The Hyundai Ioniq’s replace a mixture of diesel and petrol cars and vans and will be used by highways inspectors and parking...

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Today's
Air Quality

Our handy map makes it easy to see what the current and historic air pollution levels are like in your area by bringing you the very latest information from air quality monitoring conducted by Liverpool City Council and Defra.

Screenshot of live air quality map

Image above is visual only. Click link to see live map. Air quality levels in Liverpool sourced from Liverpool City Council  and Defra.
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