Liverpool ONE is playing host to the Everyday Climate Heroes Exhibition.
Created by renowned photographer Rankin and non-profit Futerra Solutions Union, the Everyday Climate Heroes Exhibition, unveiled at COP 26, is a photo series highlighting unsung climate heroes from across the UK who are doing extraordinary things to help save the planet.
Among those included in the exhibition, which is located on Paradise Street until the end of July, is West Derby-based St Vincent’s School for Sensory Impairment which has been integrating climate action into its curriculum for more than a decade.
Also included is Toxteth-born Ibe Hayter, who created Cycle of Life, a charity that encourages people to make cycling part of their lifestyle and help reduce carbon emissions.
Now Liverpool ONE, in collaboration with Futerra Solutions Union, is looking for nominations to identify a local Climate Hero from across the Liverpool City Region, who can inspire and encourage others to have a positive impact on the environment.
There are multiple ways how we can all make a difference, starting with simple changes to make your habits more sustainable. You can also read what our stores, bar and restaurants are doing to have a positive impact on the environment.
Visit the exhibition located on Paradise Street until the end of July.