The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, led by Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram, declared a climate emergency in 2019 and set an ambitious target for our city region to be Net Zero Carbon by 2040, a decade sooner than the UK as a whole. The Liverpool City Region are now developing a long-term action plan designed to help them to achieve this goal and are in the process of engaging with the citizens of the city region so that their views can help to inform and influence this work. They have developed a series of visions of what a Net Zero Liverpool City Region will look like in 2040 linked to aspects of life that we can all relate to, such as the home, the world of work, and transport. They’re keen to learn how people feel about these visions, what concerns them and what ideas they might have that would address these concerns.
If you can, please complete their survey before Wednesday 15th September 2021. When doing so, you can also choose to opt into their prize draw to win a £25 Love2Shop online voucher.
Share this survey with anybody who you think might be interested because it’s vitally important that as many citizens as possible have their say.
The Liverpool City Region would also like to hold workshops with citizens and on the subject. If you belong to a group (e.g. a residents’ association) that is interested in taking part, please drop them a line at firstname.lastname@example.org