Change! Rebuilding Liverpool City Region after COVID 19

Change! Rebuilding Liverpool City Region after COVID 19

10:00am - 11:00am / Tuesday 25th May 2021
Type: Webinar / Category: Public / Series: Making an Impact 2021
  • Suitable for: -Civic, cultural, and city region stakeholders -Representatives from research and education sectors -Other HEIs/academics -Alumni -Current and potential industrial partners -Organisations like N8 and UUK
  • Admission: FREE Online
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Insights from Prof Mark Boyle on the increased vulnerability of British Cities and how Liverpool is well place to lead a hopeful future.
Prof Mark Boyle

A geographer by trade, Prof Mark Boyle joined the Heseltine Institute in January 2018. His research focuses upon on cities, regions, and rural places; their struggles to develop in the context of global economic restructuring; the social, political, economic, cultural, and environmental challenges they face; and the role of public policy in addressing these challenges. He is author of four books, has edited ten special issues of international peer reviewed journals and has published over 70 papers in peer reviewed journals. He is editor in Chief of the Taylor and Francis Journal Space and Polity, External Examiner for Geography at the University of Dundee and Visiting Professor at the Institute for Urban Research in Malmo University. He is also a member of the LCRCA Climate Partnership.