The greatest enemy of progress is complacency. The battle for a better planet is only just beginning.
Sure, more people talk about it than ever before. Sure, more people than ever before translate those words into actions. But what we witness is just the smallest and most modest of starts.
What we see is the first skirmishes in a battle that will be waged forever. We cannot afford people to think, for the briefest of moments, that all is in hand. It isn’t. It is up to all of us to continue to make as much noise as possible to keep this crucial issue at the forefront of everyone’s consciousness and conscience.
That’s where we at The ECHO feel we have a huge part to play. We are the number one news medium in Merseyside. In print, online, on mobile, our audience is growing by the day. So this message will get louder and louder and these awards will become more and more significant. The audience grows but the goals remain the same:
To RECOGNISE the best environmental businesses, schools, community projects and individuals
To THANK those who are making a difference, be they winners or nominees
To FEATURE the green heroes in the Liverpool ECHO in print and online
To CELEBRATE their magnificent achievements at our fantastic Awards Night.
Our Virtual ECHO Environment Awards will take place on Wednesday 28th April starting at 6.30pm. Join us to hear more about the fantastic business, groups, charities and individuals that are helping to make our region more healthy, green and connected.
Editor, Liverpool Echo
Deadline for nominations
Fri 19 Feb
Wed 28 Apr
United Utilities are proud to be Headline Sponsor of these awards, recognising the fantastic contribution the people of Merseyside make towards a healthier, greener, connected region. The Liverpool Echo Environment Awards is a key event and is your opportunity to showcase all the excellent work you have been doing over the past year.
Having invested over £3.5 billion across the North West between 2015 and 2020, we continue to improve the local environment, including a commitment to plant 11 million trees by 2030.
Our business plan for the next period 2020-2025 has already been given ‘fast track’ status by our regulator – the highest category in which Ofwat has placed any of the companies. This is a big vote of confidence in the plan we put forward for customers and is recognition of our determination to deliver on the key priority areas which will contribute to a better service for customers across Liverpool City Region whilst securing lower bills.
New Green Business of the Year
Green Business of the Year
The Zero Waste Award
Healthy Living Award
Community Impact Award
Green School of the Year
Environmental Youth Award
Please contact a member of team below and we will be happy to help with any enquires.