The University of Liverpool is a research-intensive university and a member of the elite Russell Group of universities in the UK. It covers the full spectrum of subjects from the arts through to medicine and veterinary studies and has over 20,000 students.
The School of Environmental Sciences has a world leading track record of innovative research focusing on the intersections of ecology, urban planning and environmental design.
This includes assessments of ecological evolution post urban change and an understanding of socio-economic responses to urban development.
Staff with the School and the PI’s of this project have extensive experience of working in dynamic socio-ecological environments in the UK and globally, and are at the forefront of Nature-Based Solutions research.
Researchers in the School of Environmental Sciences and Institute of Integrative Biology are involved in all aspects of the URBAN GreenUP research, from helping to establishing the methodology and developing the monitoring and conceptual frameworks, to monitoring the baseline conditions, implementation, and outcomes achieved from the NBS, as well as disseminating the findings of the project through academic and policy-practice networks to ensure that the innovation of URBAN GreenUP is taken transferable to other cities in Europe and around the world.
Dr Sarah Clement Principal Investigator School of Environmental Sciences Sarah.Clement@liverpool.ac.uk
Dr Ian Mell Project partner School of Environment, Education and Development (SEEDS) University of Manchester email@example.com
Mr Fearghus O’Sullivan Project Researcher School of Environment, Education and Development (SEEDS) University of Manchester firstname.lastname@example.org