The University of Liverpool's Research Challenge: Climate Futures
The climate emergency is driving research across the University. Here you can see some of the projects rising to the challenge.
Climate and Human Evolution & Dispersal
Dr Matthew Grove explores how climate change has effected our development as a species.
Professor Simon Hailwood's research looks at how political and environmental philosophy meet and influence each other.
Carbon and Energy Reduction Plan for National Museums Liverpool and the Everyman Theatre
Dr Stephen Finnegan is working with The Everyman Theatre and National Museums Liverpool to help assess and manage their environmental impacts.
Enriching Ecological Understanding and Enhancing Healthcare Practices
Researchers are transforming understandings of the relationship between literature, science and the environment through multiple initiatives.
A Green Future
Professor Mark Boyle outlines the Heseltine Institute's proposal for how the Liverpool City Region can work towards a green future.
Promoting the Environmental Humanities
Environmental Humanities research at the University seeks to explore the complex inter-relationships between societies and environments, in the past, present and future.