Minnie Stacey looks at the environmental impacts of the US military.
Between corporate propaganda and conspiracy theories, David Routley takes a rational look at the risks associated with 5G.
Andrew Żywności of Liverpool Food Not Bombs explains the philosophy of the group and how food waste is a serious environmental problem.
Anton Dolders gives us his poetic – and artistic – response to climate change.
Jane Hammett appeals for the protection of rural gem Oglet Shore and surrounding Greenbelt land from rapacious development.
Sandra Gibson examines environmental grief and how it affects us of us, albeit in different ways.
Stuart Bennett explains why Rimrose Valley Country Park, the biggest park in the city region, is under threat from the proposed link between the Port of Liverpool and the nearby motorway network.
Katy Brown introduces Nerve’s Special Environmental Crisis Issue.
The Lucas Plan was a bold endeavour by workers to swap from designing and making weapons of war, to socially useful products such as wind turbines, kidney machines and electric cars.
Katy Brown uncovers the Orwellian world of ‘sustainable’ biomass ‘renewable’ energy production, and how Liverpool finds itself once again complicit in a harmful transatlantic trade.
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.
Paul Riley writes about Transition Liverpool, part of an international movement of communities coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world.