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

Double-Digit Dedication!
During April, The Carbon Literacy Project reached a target we've had in our sights for a while now... 10,000 certified learners! This means that over 20,000 actions have been pledged by individuals, organisations and communities in the effort to reduce carbon emissions. 7 years of hard work from countless parties has led up to this point, and we are thrilled to be able to celebrate it!

Click here to read more and hear about our future plans.

Launching into Leeds

Earlier this month, Leeds Climate Commission* and Opera North hosted a Carbon Literacy in Leeds event. It was a great opportunity to bring together like-minded organisations, excited to be at the forefront of developing Carbon Literacy across the city.

Read more here about who else was involved and how the event unfolded.

UK Declares 'Climate Emergency'

UK Parliament has motioned to declare an environment and climate change emergency in what will hopefully be the first steps towards major Government action. In itself, this is a big moment in the battle for recognition among officials of the problem we are facing, not only in the UK but globally.

Click here to find out more about this emergency state.
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.

Climate Change - The Facts

In many ways, April has felt like a month of awakening in terms of the public awareness of climate change and its expected impacts. This is largely thanks to a combination of well-timed efforts to bring attention to the climate crisis at hand, including Extinction Rebellion action in London, the global Youth Climate Strikes lead by Greta Thunberg, and David Attenborough's most recent documentary highlighting the extreme dangers of runaway climate change.

We dedicated a blog to this impactful documentary, discussing the importance of climate conversation, including information straight from the Tyndall Centre about actions you can take now.


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

Salford Carbon Literacy Consortium
17/05/2019: 10.00am - 12.00pm
University of Salford

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 Assisatnt
- Database Administrator

For more information or to apply, click here

As a 1% for the Planet nonprofit partner, businesses and individuals can now donate to The Carbon Literacy Trust via the 1% for the Planet scheme, have their donations toward their 1% pledge evidenced, and support our work in promoting climate change action. 

 Click here to read more.

Salford Carbon Literacy Consortium

On May 17th, we will discuss how Salford and GM can work together to achieve a low-carbon economy, where we'll be joined by Rebecca Long Bailey as Keynote Listener for this event. We will be running a Green Economy Workshop, where leaders from all sectors are welcome.

Please email for more details.
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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