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August 2017 by Emma Charlotte Richards

Release of the Carbon Literacy: Knowledge (CLK) E-Learning Effectiveness Report

To become certified as Carbon Literate, individuals must complete a day's worth of learning, incorporating knowledge, values and action.  The 'day’s worth of learning' can be achieved...

August 2017 by Rachel Harding

A New Partnership for the Carbon Literacy Project – 1% for the Planet

We are pleased to announce that The Carbon Literacy Project is now a nonprofit partner of 1% for the Planet. What is 1% for the...

August 2017 by Virginia Harvey

CLO Accreditation – Deadline, and Beat the Price Change!

We are accepting applications for our CLO accreditation until 5pm on Friday 8th September. After this date, our prices will be going up! We think...

June 2017 by Rachel Harding

Salford: The World’s First Carbon Literate City?

On Friday 16th June, Salford City Mayor, Paul Dennett convened the second Salford Carbon Literacy Consortium meeting, at The Landing, MediaCityUK. The project is our first area-based...

May 2017 by Dave Coleman

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Climate Change

1. It's happening now. Climate change is already affecting our planet. Ice is melting. Sea level is rising. People are migrating. Fresh water is becoming contaminated with sea water. Species are...

May 2017 by Virginia Harvey

Call For Applications: CLO Awards 2017

Key Information The Next CLO Award Ceremony: October 2017 (Details TBC) Deadline for CLO Applications: 5pm on Friday 8th September 2017   In November 2016 we...

March 2017 by Joe Dodd

Carbon Literacy In the Area (of Salford)

Today, The Carbon Literacy Project launched our first area based consortium in Salford at the BBC, MediaCityUK.  We have previously had success with sector-based consortia...

March 2017 by Phil Korbel

Carbon Literacy – A TV Director Speaks

Steve Smith is well-established TV director.  He's also an ambassador for the amazing media production carbon footprint tool Albert.  He's just written an excellent article...

January 2017 by Emma Richards

Carbon Literacy in the EU

For some time, we’ve wanted to expand The Carbon Literacy Project beyond the confines of the UK. This is - “Because Carbon Dioxide does not...

December 2016 by Emma Richards

Carbon Literacy on the Rise: 2016 in Review

Carbon Literate Citizens = 4,631 As we approach the end of the year, and the milestone of 5,000 Carbon Literate citizens, we thought it was...

December 2016 by

Carbon Literate Organisation Awards

Coronation Street Hosts First Carbon Literate Organisation Awards As 2016 comes to a close, we wanted to share some of the good stuff that has been achieved...

December 2016 by Phil Korbel

The First Carbon Literate University & Museum

The gap between blogs actually reflects a period of manic activity here - and employers briefing staged at the BBC, an event on faith and...

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