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July 2021 by Louise Harling

Why Carbon Literacy for Healthcare?

In May 2021, Lancet Planet Health published a study detailing the views of healthcare professionals on climate change and health. The multinational survey-based study was...

Why Carbon Literacy for Healthcare?
July 2021 by Louise Harling

Using Imagery to Best Engage Your Audience

The narrative of polar bears and ice caps within climate change visuals is not only outdated but ineffective at driving low carbon change. The once...

Using Imagery to Best Engage Your Audience
July 2021 by Maudie Cooper

‘In the wake of everything’: How Bad Are Bananas 10 Years On

Carbon Literacy courses frequently draw on Mike Berners-Lee's book, 'How Bad Are Bananas', as a tool in conveying key information about the carbon footprints of...

‘In the wake of everything’: How Bad Are Bananas 10 Years On
June 2021 by Helen Filby

June’s Carbon Literacy Update

Read the full June 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.  

June’s Carbon Literacy Update
June 2021 by Emma Richards

19,000 Certified Learners

And just like that, we've added another thousand! 19,000 learners are now certified as Carbon Literate. This means that over 38,000 actions have been pledged...

19,000 Certified Learners
June 2021 by Manchester Museum

CL for Museums Takes Root

Carbon Literate museums are the future: 'Roots and Branches' project receives public funding. Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester, Museum Development North West...

CL for Museums Takes Root
June 2021 by Helen Filby

May’s Carbon Literacy Update

Read the full May 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.  

May’s Carbon Literacy Update
May 2021 by Helen Filby

Spotlight On – Anthesis Group

Originally Published 22/04/21 by Palatine Anthesis Group - a leading global sustainability consultancy, and certified B Corp, have taken a unique approach to their Carbon...

Spotlight On – Anthesis Group
May 2021 by Rosie McEwing

WWF’s Emission Possible

Since 2013, all UK quoted companies have been required to report on their annual greenhouse gas emissions.  In April 2019, this was extended to large...

WWF’s Emission Possible
May 2021 by Helen Filby

April’s Carbon Literacy Update

Read the full April 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.  

April’s Carbon Literacy Update
April 2021 by William Moody

Spotlight On – University of Cambridge

We hear from Will Moody, a student and trainer at the University of Cambridge, who has pioneered the implementation of Carbon Literacy there, using the...

Spotlight On – University of Cambridge
April 2021 by Nicola Siddons

A Call to Climate Action for Councillors

What role do councillors think they can and should play? In 2015, almost 200 countries agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions through the Paris Agreement, and...

A Call to Climate Action for Councillors

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