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Online green resources

You might find the items and links on this page useful to help you live more sustainably by reducing your carbon footprint, increasing biodiversity and reducing waste.

Carbon Footprint and Climate Change

Global Goals Climate Education

The 17 Global Goals signed up to by all countries include sustainability and combatting climate change. They have a lot of climate change resources for children and adults including videos, infographics, lesson plans and more.

Climate Emergency UK

Their mission is to inspire and support those pushing for local climate action across the climate movement and within councils to reach net zero at the pace and scale needed.

Carbon Literacy Project

Offers everyone a day’s worth of Carbon Literacy® learning,


Greenpeace is the environmental lobby group and offers educational resources for children’s and young adults.

Friends of the Earth

A grassroots environmental campaigning community.


Oxfam offers some climate action home-learning resources.

Tyndall Centre

Their aim is to to see ongoing scientific research support society in making a timely transition to a sustainable low-carbon future.

Waste and Recycling


ANSA, the Cheshire East waste services provider, offers a Community Toolkit with videos, infographics and other waste and recycling resources for residents.

Recycle Now

Recycle Now offers lots of tips and step-by-step guides, as well as a handy postcode search to tell you what is recycled in your area and how. Examples of their top tips are shown below.

Keep Britain Tidy

Keep Britain Tidy invites everyone to become a ‘Litter Hero’ and get involved in cleaning up their neighbourhood, as well as offering a fun ‘waste reduction bingo’ download.



World Wildlife Fund

WWF has lots of information on climate change, food systems, wildlife, how to calculate your environmental footprint and quizzes.

Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Speak up for and protect nature, and join the wild network.

Support Wildlife

The Wildlife Trusts has a range of things we can do to support and encourage wildlife from how to build a bat box to how to compost your waste

Wildlife Watch

An excellent resource for wild activities, quizzes and information on wildlife.

Royal Horticultural Society

Wild about gardens offers is a joint initiative between the RHS and The Wildlife Trusts to get more people gardening for wildlife.

Bat Conservation Trust

Supports local bat groups and volunteers across the UK with a vision to protect bats and their habitats. Find out how to garden for bats.

Help Hedgehogs

The Wildlife Trusts and The British Hedgehog Preservation Society have lots of information on how you can help hedgehogs.