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Mayor’s cycling plans welcome but incoherent

Today my Liberal Democrats colleagues and I have welcomed the Mayor’s short term proposals for cycling and pedestrian improvements but have suggested that the actions are short term and need to be conducted against a wide spread review of the … Continue reading

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Lib Dems set out ideas to improve air quality post Covid

People have really liked having a clear environment and especially the cleaner air in a city which is one of the Country’s most polluted. Cllr Kris Brown has written to the Mayor asking him to look at ways in which … Continue reading

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We must tame the car in Liverpool

Yesterday (26th August) Liverpool had an appalling level of air pollution and was, indeed, one of the worst cities in the Country, if not the world for the level of particulates and toxins in the air. Remember that this was … Continue reading

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Action for climate change at a Local Level

As most people now know Liverpool Council will have a meeting on 17th July devoted, apart from some statutory business, to climate change. This is a hugely important topic and is probably the most important topic facing the World as … Continue reading

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Making Liverpool the Greenest City in the UK

There are two issues which should dominate the political agenda in Liverpool for the next year – the environment and Europe and, because so much environmental policy comes from the EU, they are closely related. We have 12 years left … Continue reading

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