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Who Saved the Mersey?
With salmon now having returned to the River Mersey it is hard to believe that only a couple of decades ago it was virtually lifeless and essentially an open sewer. The Mersey Basin Campaign was set up in order to tackle the appalling state of the Mersey through innovative partnership working and local action. Now the Mersey Basin Campaign has come to the end of its 25 year lifespan and Matthew Sutcliffe takes the opportunity to talk to key people who have worked with the Campaign over the years and explores who killed the Mersey, who helped clean it up and was it worth it?
Thirteen from Twenty-five
Source introduces the thirteen critical success factors that guided the Mersey Basin Campaign through 25 years of environmental action.
Audio - Mersey Basin Campaign and social media
Chief Executive Walter Menzies and New Media Manager Kate Fox discuss the Campaign's use of social media tools. This piece was originally recorded for use on the www.knownhownonprofit.org resource site for the third sector.
Presentation - The Mersey Basin Campaign
MBC Chair, Professor Peter Batey's presentation to the Campaign's final conference in 2009. An overview of the Campaign's 25 years' work.
Mersey Basin Video Nation
A short video compilation showing Campaign staff, key partners and stakeholders talking about what the Mersey Basin Campaign has meant to them. This video was originally created for the Campaign's final conference.
Video - Bishop James Jones
The Right Reverend James Jones, Bishop of Liverpool, reflects on the impact of the Mersey Basin Campaign at their final conference.
Map of Mersey Basin Campaign Area
Stylised map showing the area in which the Campaign worked.
Mersey Basin Campaign - 5 verbs to describe how we operate
Five key verbs that together describe how the Mersey Basin Campaign worked.