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Welcome to Low Carbon Liverpool


We are a knowledge exchange partnership comprising the University of Liverpool, Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Liverpool Vision. 

Funded by the ESRC, our work builds on the 2010 report  'Building the Low Carbon Economy on Merseyside', a report which found that, in order to ensure future success, Liverpool should embrace the low carbon economy and the opportunities that come with it.

This work gave rise to the Liverpool Green Partnership, a partnership of policy makers and members of civil society working to foster a long term, strategic environmental vision for Liverpool. 

We also recognise that Small/Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Social Enterprises are crucial to this agenda.  To this end we are working to develop the Green Ambassador programme, to encourage and support those who are willing and able to develop the low carbon aspects of their organisations.

We'd like to invite you to engage with us, either through our seminar series, by writing to us, or our various social media platforms. We want your ideas and opinions to shape Liverpool's low carbon future.


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Latest News

2014-01-13 Wavertree Technology Park Travel Survey Winner


Shaun Bond, an employee at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, has been announced as the lucky winner of £100 shopping vouchers after he took part in the Wavertree Technology Park Employee Travel Survey

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2013-12-10 - Liverpool Green Partnership Event


On Friday the Liverpool Green Partnership hosted a plenary session at Blackburne House.


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2013-11-28 - Outcomes of the Warsaw Dialogues on Climate Change


Last week, delegates from across the globe gathered in Warsaw, Poland to begin preliminary dialogue ahead of 2014's Climate Conference in Bonn.

As part of this the delegates recognised the increasingly important role that cities and s

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Case Studies

Liverpool One Management Company

Liverpool One
Liverpool ONE has embarked on a biofuel initiative and has become the first shopping and leisure destination to be able to run a full cleaning and mechanical elevation work platform fleet on biodiesel produced from used cooking oil from several of their restaurants.

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