Get involved

We are building a community of sustainability advocates and want you to be a part of it. Together we can build a more sustainable future.

Staff and students, join in with our campaigns and events, volunteering roles and development opportunities which shape sustainability across the University. Organisations and individuals, partner with us to share knowledge and address global sustainability concerns.

Watch our virtual Earth Day Summit

The University of Liverpool ‘Earth Day Summit’ took place on 22 April 2021 and was an opportunity for staff and students to take part in an online discussion with University colleagues and academics that represent the seven themed working groups responsible for helping to identify and implement actions to address the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Find out about our upcoming events



There are many ways for colleagues to get involved with sustainability at the University, click here to get started.



Students with a burning desire to help us achieve our sustainability goals, click here to get started.



Climate change does not respect organisational boundaries. Getting to Net Zero for all institutions, cities, and countries, is an enormous challenge. Being a responsible civic institution depends on being a good partner and put simply, we do not have all the answers to addressing the enormous challenges set out in the UN SDGs. If you share our ambitions, have ideas, or want to explore a partnership, we want to hear from you. Click here to contact us!

Share your sustainability news

Share your sustainability news

Share your updates on events, projects, or activities relating to sustainability with Sustainable Liverpool, our sustainability newsletter. We would love to hear from you!

Earth Day 2022

Earth Day

Each year, millions of people around the world mark Earth Day to demonstrate support for environmental protection, highlighting the urgent action we need to take to save our planet. Check out how we celebrated Earth Day this year and how you can make a difference with the huge variety of projects and activities that staff and students can get involved in.