When: Fri 7th Apr - 7.30pm

Where: The Brink, 21 Parr Street, Liverpool, L1 4JN

Engage very much wants to promote a zero carbon economy for the sake of the environment and creating a more sustainable city in Liverpool to improve the quality of life for all who have chosen to live here.

Zero Carbon Liverpool are launching their project with a Musical Performance entitled The Incredible Story of Carbon. Tickets can be found HERE 

The official Facebook page for Zero Carbon Liverpool


Launch Night: Zero Carbon Liverpool: Making it Happen 

“The Extraordinary Story of Human Beings, Energy & Happiness”

Big bang to big oil & beyond – This important story can open new conversations around how we think about our world and ourselves

Venue details: The Brink, 21 Parr Street, Liverpool, L1 4JN

Friday 7th April 2017, Doors open7pm, to begin at 7.30pm

Admission free

Climate change is a “civilizational wake-up call . . . telling us we need to evolve”. But change isn’t happening fast enough . . .

 We already have the technologies needed to become a zero carbon society, yet changing how millions of people live is a very special kind of problem. Rather than an unresolved technical challenge, it is increasingly accepted that we face a mixture of economic, political and cultural barriers.

Following the recent launch of the new report Zero Carbon Britain: Making it Happen, Liverpool Community Renewables (LCR) and the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), are working in partnership to deliver a Big Lottery funded project, “Zero Carbon Liverpool”.

The rapid zero carbon transition demanded by the urgency of the climate science requires a great many changes to how we live, challenging what we currently think of as normal. This project aims to begin a process to bring to life Zero Carbon Britain on a city scale and stimulate economic and political debate around achieving zero emissions in Liverpool, with citizens and key stakeholders thinking in new ways to help build consensus on action.

Project co-ordinator Ed Gommon says “Today ‘zero carbon’ is the mainstream view in high-level policy forums such as the IPCC. LCR and CAT want to make it mainstream in Liverpool”.

The launch of the project is a cultural event looking at the story of humans and energy, this will be followed by two workshops on the 18th and 20th May. There are also have 20 fully funded (accommodation and course costs) places on the Zero Carbon Britain short course at CAT in Machynlleth.


  • 18th May, Mann Island- places limited, must sign up to Eventbrite, aimed at businesses, corporations, social enterprises, strategic bodies and political leaders
  • 20th May, Public workshop, Zero Carbon Liverpool, Making it Happen, The Brink, 1000-1630