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There is no greater threat to humanity than the climate crisis, and we take sustainability seriously at the University of Hull. We will transform our campus to be carbon-neutral by 2027.
Our researchers work with partners and industry to seek sustainable solutions for the future of our planet. Our Energy and Environment Institute is tackling global environmental resilience and energy sustainability, while our industry-leading Aura Innovation Centre combines research expertise and fresh ideas to enable businesses to reduce their carbon footprint.
Through our Waterline partnership, we are giving the Humber, the UK's Energy Estuary, a global relevance by working together to develop the region as a demonstrator of a zero-carbon economy. Our research is helping to accelerate the move to clean energy, particularly offshore wind, with the world’s largest offshore wind farms on our doorstep. We’re helping to reduce the cost of offshore wind energy, and providing a pipeline of talented professionals for the industry.
Through the B3 (Biomass Waste-Bioenergy-Biochars) Challenge Group, Dr Vasiliki Skoulou and her team are developing efficient biomass waste-to-energy solutions, using novel and innovative processes.
This project aims to identify the location and size of hedgerow gaps within East Yorkshire, which will establish a baseline value of the potential space for plantation.
Reducing congestion by using more environmentally friendly and less costly ways to transport freight.
The Plastic Citizen project encourages young people to consider how they and the world around them interacts with single-use plastics.
We’ve been helping Team GB on their pathway to Net Zero, with the help of consultancy Perform Green. Watch our film to learn more about the challenges and opportunities.
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