Supporting the transition to Net Zero in Liverpool City Region

Updated: Oct 11

Researchers at University of Liverpool have been describing some of the practical ways how academic expertise can help companies in the port city region to reach the City Council's net zero target.


They are developing collaborative projects with proven low carbon and commercial value for local businesses taking on global challenges. Matching relevant academics to business where they have a gap in the expertise or resources to take an idea forward.


Many of these projects have potential application in maritime industries as demonstrated by the recent initiatives to support advances in hydroponic farming and preventing coastal erosion. Watch the video below to learn more.



Are you working on a project that can help Liverpool City Region towards it's net zero target?

Our partners at University of Liverpool would love to hear from you.


Arrange an initial introduction by registering your interest on our contact form.

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