Liverpool’s Repair Café, which takes place at Does Liverpool on a monthly basis. is a café that is fighting back against the throwaway culture and waste of resources that go into the production of new items.
Friends of the Earth is hosting a Q&A on the future of the Port of Liverpool in the face of the climate crisis which is taking on Monday, 17th February.
Paul Riley writes about Transition Liverpool, part of an international movement of communities coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world.
Report from the demonstration which took place on February 4th to Save Rimrose Valley from a new bypass road which will connect the Port of Liverpool with Switch Island and the motorway network.
Last year we collaborated with Merseyside Animal Rights, Liverpool Food Not Bombs and Next To Nowhere to produce a “Christmass Consumer(ism) Guide” an anti-consumerist compassionate tonic to the festive spending frenzy
Massive Attack will be performing a low carbon gig in Liverpool planned for October 2020. It is part of the Good Business Festival working with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of Manchester.
Ritchie Hunter looks at the contradictory messages coming from the Liverpool City Council which wants to grow an economy and tackle the climate emergency at the same time.
Your help is needed for the next Nerve magazine focusing on Environmental Campaigns and the Climate Emergency.
Report by Tracey Dunn of the Climate Change and Resilience – Listening Event held at the Quaker Meeting House on September 28th.
John Owen joined the Extinction Rebellion Protest held on Friday 24th May in Liverpool City Centre.
Phylicia Leak writes about the threat from plastics and how to dispose of them to avoid the plastic pollution that is taking over the oceans around the world and posing a risk to public health.
Sandra Gibson looks at the cultural, culinary and medicinal importance of a commonly grown garden shrub: Rosemary.
Sandra Gibson celebrates the persistence of wildlife in urban conditions, looking at the gardening industry.
Local residents of Old Hall Street were shocked and distressed yesterday to find that work on Bixteth Street Gardens has already begun.
Campaigners were dealt a blow on Tuesday when Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee voted to demolish a much loved community space in the business district.
A video produced by Lisa Worth interviewing local residents about the importance of Bixteth Gardens in Liverpool.
Kitty Spathia writes about the impact of plastic on the world’s oceans and what we can do about it.
Lisa Worth writes about the threat to Bixteth Gardens, one of only two green spaces in the commercial district of Liverpool city centre.
A feature on Bixteth Gardens and its therapeutic values by Nerve contributor Lisa Worth.
Lisa Worth writes about the threats to Abu Dhabi’s mangrove forests, one of the largest in the world, from sedimentation, pollution and human impact.