Following hot on the heels of their recent Green Flag Accreditation, Port Sunlight Village Trust (PSVT) has launched a new ten-year Environmental Sustainability Strategy to reduce the impact of the organisation’s activities on the environment and play its part in combatting climate change.
The new strategy has been developed by The Environment Partnership and part-funded by Museum Development North West.
Based on the UN’s Sustainability Goals, the strategy sets out PSVT’s vision for environmental sustainability and describes key actions for improvement in six areas; Energy, Water, Waste, Transportation, Business and Greening the Village. A new working group has been formed within the organisation to lead the strategy’s implementation.
More information will be released in due course. For now, PSVT is excited to announce its commitment and in light of the COP26 summit in Scotland.
Lin Whalley, Director of Operations at PSVT said, “As custodians of this heritage site with a diverse set of stakeholders, PSVT has an important and exciting role to play in changing attitudes and behaviours as well as driving technological innovation in a historic environment.
“We’re excited to play our part in tackling climate change and supporting others to do same.”
For more information on PSVT’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy, please watch the following video:
Main image: Port Sunlight Village Trust’s Electric Landscaping vehicles.