Mersey basin Campaign

Items from 2007

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Publication dateMarch 2007 MBC112 The Keyboard is Mightier than the Sword Here in the 21st century any environmental campaign worth it's salt will have an online presence, but having a website is old news now and blogging is the new rock and roll. Louise Tickle explores the benefits that having a weblog can provide for an organisation and finds out what you need to do to make your own blog a success. Publication dateMarch 2007 MBC143 Mersey Waterfront Regional Park Strategic Framework A strategic framework created in 2007 for Mersey Waterfront regional part in order to establish a vision for the park up to 2020, analyse current and planned facilties,review and set out the strategic context, define the place in terms of geography and characteristics, advise on quality benchmarks, set out a framework for investment priorities to 2020 and consider and make recommendations for a future organisational structure. Publication dateMarch 2007 MBC198 SourceNW Issue 13 Regional Round-Up Local Round-Up Alien Invasion - Ciara Leeming Down To The Sea - Michael Taylor Spotlight - Richard Leafe Business The Keyboard Is Mightier Than The Sword - Louise Tickle Seizing The Day Environmental Champion - Joe Feeley The Sharp End - Kevin Gopal Publication dateJune 2007 MBC113 Case Notes - Caught in a Trap Ciara Leeming talks to Action Darwen Valley about their innovative new project - the River Darwen Litter Trap. The trap, which is a first of its kind in the country, is located in Witton Country Park and catches litter thrown in the river and prevents it from spoiling the countryside downstream. Publication dateJune 2007 MBC114 Environmental Champion - Sarah Williams Source talks to Sarah Williams, information assistant for the RSPB's Manchester Peregrines - Aren't Birds Brilliant project. She discusses how she got involved in the project and how surprised people are to find the world's fastest bird residing in the heart of Manchester. Publication dateJune 2007 MBC115 Spotlight - Martin Beaumont Source talks to Martin Beaumont, chief executive of the Co-operative Group about how sustainability is being incorporated into all areas of the Co-op's work and what this means for both the business and its customers. Publication dateJune 2007 MBC116 The Life Aquatic This year Liverpool has hosted the World Canals Conference, the top event in any canal and boating enthusiasts calendar. Source took the opportunity to talk to people from around the world about why they’ve chosen to leave bricks and mortar behind in favour of the life aquatic. Publication dateJune 2007 MBC117 Walking on Water Source introduces five waterside walks covering natural beauty spots in Cheshire, Lancashire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester and Merseyside. The guide gives tips on where to start your ramble as well as highlighting the sort of natural delights you will expect to find when you follow the trails.