Carbon Literacy is relevant climate change learning that catalyses action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Carbon Literacy Project works to provide access to this learning to everyone and is expanding rapidly across the UK and beyond. The Carbon Literacy Project is based on the key aim that if we are to cut our carbon emissions by the kind of reductions demanded of us by science, then we will need to change culture alongside technology.
Staffordshire University has partnered with the Carbon Literacy Project to launch free Carbon Literacy Training, open to all students and staff.
It is part of the University's transition to Net Zero by 2030 by embedding positive climate action across the University and our wider community.
The Carbon Literacy Training presents the opportunity to develop your understanding of the science behind climate change, social justice and provides practical knowledge about how to reduce your carbon footprint. The programme will help build your confidence to talk to others including fellow students, colleagues, family, and friends.
Carbon Literacy Training is delivered over 6 hours, run over two sessions. To complete the training and become accredited as Carbon Literate by the Carbon Literacy Project, you will need to attend the whole 6 hours’ worth of training.
Upcoming training events are taking place in:
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place or to find out more.