The club is a signatory to the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework.
Long-term, the Club is working to achieve absolute zero carbon emissions in line with UK government legislation. In the short term, the Club has become carbon neutral for all our direct activities. We’ve achieved this by making sure our utilities are supplied by fully renewable energy for our electricity and gas supplies. For other fuel sources, carbon offsetting schemes have been introduced. In doing so, the Club has offset 435 tonnes of CO2 emissions via the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) reduction project and the planting of trees in parts of Northwest England. The policy has made a significant contribution to the offsetting of carbon emissions, thereby helping tackle climate change and creating habitats for wildlife both in urban and rural communities.
Through the club’s partnership with SC Johnson and their Goals for Change campaign, they are helping fans to understand what they can do to help create a more sustainable future, as well as placing recycling bins on the concourses at Anfield with the aim to recycle more than 500,000 plastic bottles into new Mr Muscle® packaging.