Students celebrate Earth Day

Students at St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School, in St Helens, celebrated Earth Day by planting a very special tree as part of a national initiative from the Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC). As part of their 2022’s Earth Day celebrations St Cuthbert’s Duke of Edinburgh (DoE) student volunteers planted a Norwegian Maple,

Schools to lead EV revolution with 50,000 new chargers

eEnergy (AIM:EAAS), the digital energy services company, has announced plans to install at least 50,000 electric vehicle (EV) chargers by 2030 as part of its commitment to create the UK’s largest public sector charging network.   eEnergy’s new service - “eCharge” - removes upfront costs and can be paired with clean energy

Phoenix Primary School welcome visitors

Pupils and staff of Phoenix Primary School in Fairfield, Liverpool were delighted to welcome to its school a number of special guests as they celebrated World Book Day.   Included in the guest list was the Labour MP for Wavertree, Paula Barker and Shaun Dick, a ranger from Chester Zoo.  Sue Evans, science

Let’s Go Zero schools campaign tops 1,000

Let’s Go Zero - a campaign in which schools commit to be zero carbon by 2030 – has now exceeded 1,000 signed up schools across the UK.  Let’s Go Zero is a coalition campaign co-ordinated by climate solutions charity Ashden and includes IKEA UK, Global Action Plan, WWF, The Carbon Trust,

Coasts for Kids in the running for LCR Culture and Creativity Award

Sefton Coasts for Kids - an initiative to inspire the next generation of learners to protect the world’s coastlines - has been shortlisted for a Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Award.  The initiative, developed in partnership between Edge Hill University, Sefton Council and Southport Eco Visitor Centre, includes a series of