In January we attended a fracking rally in Preston which was the date of a major decision on whether to allow fracking at several sites in Lancashire, mostly around Blackpool. The LJMU Greenpeace Society attended the rally with our ‘Not for Shale’ and ‘Frack Off’ signs. We and a few others from Merseyside Greenpeace made […]
During September the LJMU Greenpeace society took part in several events aimed at raising awareness of various environmental issues. The first event however, was somewhat different. In the first week of university we had a two day stall at the Adelphi Hotel for the Liverpool ‘freshers fair’. The sole aim of this was to attract […]
It was an exciting and busy year for us. Hannah volunteered for the department of conservation, New Zealand in December 2013, on Codfish Island helping in the recovery of the iconic kakapo. For two weeks over the Christmas holidays she hiked across the island cleaning and supplying the kakapo with supplementary feed out to increase […]
The Liverpool John Moores University Greenpeace Society, LJMU Greenpeace, have participated in many campaigns and events aimed at improving local biodiversity and decreasing the carbon footprint of our university, both by education and by direct action- increased recycling and decreasing energy consumption, and tackling issues of global importance such as deforestation, fossil fuel dependence, unsustainable […]
Liverpool John Moores University in Liverpool, Merseyside joined Roots & Shoots: Mission Possible today. You can see where Liverpool John Moores University is on a map and read about their local environment here.