The Carbon Literacy Project: Climate Change learning for everyone.

Welcome! The latest news from The Carbon Literacy Project...

 "Climate change does not respect borders; it does not respect who you are - rich and poor, small and big. Therefore, it is what we call 'global challenges,' which require global solidarity."
~ Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations

Rebecca Long-Bailey, CL Consortium
Our 'Planning for the Green Industrial Revolution' workshop was held at Salford University on Friday the 17th of May. MP for Salford & Eccles Rebecca Long-Bailey was in attendance as the key-note listener, along with Cllr Derek Antrobus on behalf of Salford City Council. The event looked to bring people together from all sides of the discussion, focusing on how we can quickly move to a zero carbon economy, and what benefits this will bring to everyone in society.

Click here to find out how the event unfolded and more about what was discussed.

Most Effective Climate Solutions?

Have you tried the Project Drawdown quiz yet? This useful tool, compiled by CNN, brings together the most up to date research on climate solutions from across the scientific field. It focuses on the most impactful and effective things that individuals can do to combat the climate emergency.. and some of them may surprise you!

Find out more about Project Drawdown, and some of the solutions here.

MMU Carbon Literacy Trainer Awards

Last week saw the chance for Manchester Metropolitan University to recognise their newly certified Carbon Literacy Trainers in a celebration and certificate presentation. The University has been running its successful Train the Trainer student course for the past 4 years, producing multiple cohorts of Trainers who have gone on to deliver Carbon Literacy to their peers.

Click here to find out more about the Carbon Literacy Trainer Awards.
CL for Interested Organisations

Are you an individual, or part of an organisation who is interested in Carbon Literacy? Want to see how a top class course is run? The next course will be Tuesday 2nd of July, at Great Places Housing HQ, run by expert Carbon Literacy Consultant, Sarah McClelland.

If you're interested in starting or continuing your Carbon Literacy journey, click here for more details and booking info.




The Carbon Literacy Project is a unique project, working with everyone who lives, works or studies, to offer a day's worth of training to the Carbon Literacy Standard. Once Carbon Literate, we have an instinctive understanding of the carbon impacts of our activities, are able to make informed choices, and, driven by the urgency, act positively to address climate change.

Upcoming Events

Criteria Checker Workshop
11/06/2019: 10.00 am - 4.00 pm   Innospace

Carbon Literacy for Interested Organisations
02/07/2019: 9.30am - 5.00pm   Great Places Housing

Would you like to volunteer with The Carbon Literacy Project?

We're currently recruiting specifically for Volunteer:
- Social Media Assistant
- Database Administrator

For more information or to apply, click here
Recycle your broken and unwanted electrical equipment, free of charge with ICT Reverse. ICT Reverse picks up and packages your unwanted or damaged computers, free of charge.  IT and telecom equipment donated to ICT Reverse via The Carbon Literacy Project generates funds directly for The Carbon Literacy Trust (Registered Charity Number 1156722).

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