Farm Urban

Reducing carbon and biodiversity loss with Paul Myers from Farm Urban captured as part of the Zero Carbon Tour.

Our story

by Paul Myers from Farm Urban - Zero Carbon Tour interview

Our aim is to grow food in a more sustainable way, change behaviours and educate. The most impactful thing we are doing to reduce carbon by bringing food production indoors is to mitigate against biodiversity loss, reduce runoff contamination by petrochemical fertilisers and therefore give land back to nature. We also have an educational outreach program to help generate more sustainable habits in the local youth population.

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Our advice

If people collaborate and work together with a simple aim, then real meaningful change is possible.

Our metrics

Community engagement and behavioural change.
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Farm Urban's site in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle.
Planet Mark Zero Carbon Tour.