Creating net-zero visions of our future communities
The Net-Zero Visions for the Devon Climate Emergency project, being led by the University of Plymouth, unites community groups with creative professionals and net-zero transition experts
University works to boost blue and green economy in the South West
The University of Plymouth is to play a significant role in a new £1.37million project which has seen the North Devon UNESCO Biosphere win the largest green economy award nationally from the Government’s Community Renewal Fund (CRF)
A voyage across the Atlantic to meet the people regenerating the ocean
A voyage across the Atlantic to meet the people regenerating the ocean. Louise-Océane – a graduate of BSc (Hons) Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology – talks about her exciting upcoming Atlantic expedition.
Living walls can reduce heat lost from buildings by over 30%, study shows
Research by the University of Plymouth has shown that retrofitting an existing masonry cavity walled building with a green or living wall can reduce the amount of heat lost through its structure by more than 30%
Plymouth Net-Zero Carbon Action Group
Plymouth Net-Zero Carbon Action Group is a group of larger, corporate and public sector organisations in Plymouth who meet to action a response to the climate emergency
Plymouth academics in the Blue Zone at COP26
University of Plymouth academic Professor Jason Hall-Spencer joins panels in the Blue Zone at COP26
Sustainable Earth 2021: Climate Emergency – The Race to Net Zero Carbon includes a selection of eleven workshops to choose from, presented by business, enterprise, community groups, and university staff sharing their climate action and initiatives.