In September 2018, Antonio Guiterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, said of Climate Change, “We face a direct existential threat”. Independent scientists around the globe agree. With overwhelming evidence and robust analysis, this course will raise your awareness and equip you with the insights you need to meet the challenge we face in combatting climate change.
Whether your council has declared a climate emergency or not, we need to foster a low-carbon culture. We need citizens who understand the scale of the problem and feel empowered to accept and support climate mitigation policies. We need to take action on climate change.
All officers and councillors will be expected to contribute to a corporate climate emergency or climate change action plan. This Carbon Literacy training will provide support and information which will help in making a meaningful contribution.
This course is run online as a full day or as two half-days. An additional two hours of individual work is required to achieve the Carbon Literacy Award. This will include a video link prior to the training and a self-assessment of learning, which is submitted to the Carbon Literacy Project.
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This course is offered as a full day or split over two days.
AM sessions: 09:00 Start 12:30 Finish
PM sessions: 13:00 Start 16:30 Finish