Collaboration between researchers at the University of Leeds and Leeds City Council has helped position the city at the forefront of efforts to tackle climate change.
Polly Cook is the Council’s Chief Officer for Sustainable Energy and Air Quality. Here she discusses collaboration with researchers responsible for two of the numerous examples of successful projects. Dr Cat Scott is a University Academic Fellow in Biosphere-Climate Interactions, Dr James Tate is an Associate Professor in the Institute for Transport Studies. Working together on sustainability and air quality.