SDG 6 - Clean water and sanitation
Although most of the earth is covered in water, only 1% is fit for human consumption. With a growing population and increased industrial activity, it is essential that we make efforts to protect our water supply and avoid excessive use.
At LJMU, we’re making efforts to address our water usage by installing efficient water dispensers, harvesting rainwater and using low-flush toilets in our buildings across campuses. Locally, we are promoting sustainable energy on Hilbre Island and internationally we are proud to champion the voices of islanders in the Philippines through documentaries shared at the United Nations World Ocean’s Day.
All supplies of mains drinking water to our buildings are metered and monitored.
Scope 3 carbon
Water dispensers on campus reduce the amount of single-use plastic and scope 3 carbon emissions.
Documentary film on international research project, Racing the King Tide, shown at COP 26 Climate Change Conference.
Four organisations including LJMU are working together to regenerate buildings on Hilbre Island.