Plans progress to build world’s largest tidal scheme on the banks of the River Mersey

Advanced proposals to build the world’s largest tidal scheme on the banks of the River Mersey…

Wirral’s traffic lights set to be greener

Following the acceptance of £650,000 from Liverpool City Region, work is starting to upgrade any traffic…

Deadline nearing for £165,000 community reuse and recycling waste fund

The deadline is nearing for community organisations who want a share of £165,000 to help make…

Wirral Council eyes wood burner restrictions to combat air pollution

Wirral Council is looking to bring in a blanket restriction for what people can put in…

Free Wirral events offer ecological insights and artistic inspiration

As the world blooms into spring, why not sign up to free events taking place in…

New consultation on Hoylake beach management is launched

Two options for the future management of Hoylake Beach are now out for a new round…

Higher than forecast tidal surge at West Kirby leaves council unable to close all floodgates in time

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£165,000 fund launched to help community groups reduce, reuse, and recycle

A share of £165,000 is up for grabs to help community groups make the Liverpool City…

On the lookout for Wirral’s climate champions

A call has gone out for Wirral residents who are passionate about protecting the environment and…

More species recorded in Mersey than ever before amid concerns over pollution

More species were found in the River Mersey last year than ever before in what is…

Wallasey woman signs up for overnight climate justice prayer vigil in London

Retired ranger, Anne Litherland, from Wirral, is giving up some of her time during Lent for…

Tranmere church achieves silver eco award

The Church Of England has signed up to the international A Rocha organisation Eco-church awards and…

The Wirral communities turning food waste into compost

A local social enterprise is helping communities in Wirral to close the loop when it comes…

Work starts on Caldy project to improve water quality in the Dee Estuary

United Utilities has started work on a project in Caldy that will improve the water quality…

Council investigating fly tipping in Bromborough and Eastham

Wirral Council is investigating two “disgusting” fly tipping incidents after carpets, black bags and ceiling materials…