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Liverpool City Council

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… many benefits. A 2030 Net Zero Liverpool is a thriving, fair and sustainable city. Climate action will have stimulated the local green economy and placed Liverpool at the forefront of new industries which will form the backbone of our future economy. The city will have also stopped all contributions to climate change and have demonstrated leadership to other cities in the UK and globally. The city…

… Progress so far Citywide impacts It is estimated Liverpool has already cut 840,000 tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere since 2005 and has planted more half a million trees in the past 25 years. Liverpool City Council (LCC) is delivering the Sustainable Warmth Fund grant. The grant is available to help 700 households across Liverpool. It can be used to install a number of insulation and energy measures…

… centres using heat exchange technology and PV solar. Decarbonisation surveys are underway for libraries, St George's Hall, the Town Hall and Milstead SEN School to design and seek funding on site energy reduction and heating system replacement with a zero carbon option. LCC has appointed a new sustainability team and work is underway in developing a Net Zero Carbon Plan to achieve complete…

… developing complementary clean air and active travel strategies. City sustainability and ecology As a lead partner in the URBAN GreenUP project we are also investing £4m into a range of new green infrastructure to tackle climate change impacts including a new phase of tree planting in the city centre. What happens next? More needs to be done. Much more. But the council cannot do this alone. 40…


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