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January 2019 by Georgia Gage

New Year Solutions: Meat

We are writing a review of Jo Fidgen's podcast on BBC 4 of New Year Solutions in which Joe "tackles the ways in which ordinary...

January 2019 by Georgia Gage

New Year, New You, New Planet?

In 2019 millions of us will make resolutions in an effort to transform over the coming year into better versions of ourselves. But how many...

January 2019 by Emma Richards

Lunch and Learn at TfGM

In the run-up to Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) launching Carbon Literacy as an organisation-wide initiative, we were invited to hold a 'Lunch and Learn' session...

January 2019 by Helen Filby

Halfway there!

So we're halfway through our office vegan-January challenge, and still no cheese in sight! I think one thing we've realised is that it hasn't been...

January 2019 by Helen Filby

Veganuary!

For the fifth year in a row since its UK launch in 2014, record-breaking numbers have signed up for Veganuary. This month-long dietary challenge encourages...

January 2019 by Helen Filby

December’s Carbon Literacy Newsletter

Read the full December Newsletter to find out what’s been happening in the world of Carbon Literacy. You can also view past newsletters, and subscribe to future newsletters.  

January 2019 by Emma Richards

2018 in Review

2018 has been a very exciting year for The Carbon Literacy Project! Working with our incredible team of volunteers, Trustees and CL trainers, Carbon Literacy...

December 2018 by Luke Walton

MMU Trains World’s First CL Engineering Students

After much hard work, Manchester Metropolitan University is thrilled to have trained the first, fully certified, Carbon Literate Engineering students in the world. They posted about their...

December 2018 by Lynsey Jones

Carbon Literacy for Dinosaurs?

The Natural History Museum's famous dinosaur, Dippy the Diplodocus, is leaving the museum for the first time to go on a tour of the UK. Rochdale...

December 2018 by Helen Filby

KSB become the first Scottish CLTO

After much hard work, Keep Scotland Beautiful is thrilled to have become the first fully certified Carbon Literacy Training Organisation in Scotland. They posted a short insert...

November 2018 by Helen Filby

November’s Carbon Literacy Newsletter

Read the full November Newsletter to find out what's been happening in the world of Carbon Literacy. You can also view past newsletters, and subscribe to future newsletters.

November 2018 by Emma Richards

Call For Applications: CLO Awards 2019

Key Information The Next CLO Award Ceremony: March 2019 (Details TBC) Deadline for CLO Applications: 6 pm Friday 8th February 2019 In March 2019 we will...

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