Monthly Archives: November 2014

Conserving our Urban Heritage and Energy – Can We Do Both?

November 25, 20140

With major growth in the years before the First World War, treat the region’s towns have a large number of…

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Energy Efficient New Homes versus Same Old Same Old

November 24, 20140

We have the worst performing housing stock in northern Europe. Most of this stock is old but we continue to…

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Sewing the Seeds

November 24, 20140

BUILDING A VIABLE LOCAL ECONOMY BACKGROUND For the past few years, Liverpool Green Partnership have been arguing that the key…

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Is technological innovation sufficient to achieve a transition to a low-carbon energy system?

November 20, 20140

On Friday the 7th of November, site the SPRU Friday seminar was given by Jim Skea of Imperial College, cialis…

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Wildflower vote: Liverpool and Manchester win £120,000

November 18, 20140

A project to transform parts of Liverpool and Manchester with wildflowers has won £120,000 in lottery funding following a national…

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Chamber events will promote the benefits of low carbon approach

November 12, 20140

Liverpool & Sefton Chambers of Commerce will be delivering a programme of exciting events designed to help SME’s reduce their…

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Citibank – Clarke Energy helps data centre save energy

November 12, 20140

Green Investment Bank-funded project helps save Citibank data centre save energy Global bank Citi puts in place innovative energy efficiency…

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Bulky Bob’s Drivers Named Mentors of the Year

November 12, 20140

Bulky Bob’s drivers have been rewarded for the many years they have spent mentoring long term unemployed people and helping…

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“My Space” Cardboard Playhouse

November 5, 20140

Folding playhouse created out of recycled cardboard by talented industrial designer Liya Mairson. Inspired by pop-up books, pilule “My Space”…

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