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March 2023 by Jack Rhodes-Worden

The Carbon Literacy Sports Kit – Coming Soon!

The sports sector has a significant climate impact, as our previous blog on the sector's carbon footprint explored. From the energy used by major stadiums...

The Carbon Literacy Sports Kit – Coming Soon!
March 2023 by Richard Lindsay & Graeme Heyes

Harnessing the Power of ‘The Beautiful Game’

The following is a guest blog written by Sustainability & Insights Manager at Birmingham County Football Association, Richard Lindsay, and Carbon Literacy trainer, Graeme Heyes,...

Harnessing the Power of ‘The Beautiful Game’
March 2023 by Sarah Walkley

The Carbon Cost of Social Media

Since the launch of the first social media platform SixDegrees in 1997, social media has become a feature of our everyday lives. Almost 3bn people...

The Carbon Cost of Social Media
March 2023 by Sarah Walkley

Ecoflix – Streaming Where ‘Only Nature Profits’

Recently, we talked about the carbon cost of streaming. But what if you could actively support wildlife and protect the planet, through your streaming habits,...

Ecoflix – Streaming Where ‘Only Nature Profits’
March 2023 by William Gibb

A New Pathway for Parish, Town & Community Councils

New Carbon Literacy Parish, Town and Community Councils Toolkit Course launching on Monday 20th March With over half of the emissions cuts needed to meet net-zero relying...

A New Pathway for Parish, Town & Community Councils
by Louise Harling & Nicole Leslie Charria

Women’s Role in the Climate Emergency

Women, particularly those from lower-income countries (LICs), are especially vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change. Pre-existing inequalities which affect women on a day-to-day...

Women’s Role in the Climate Emergency
March 2023 by Nicole Leslie Charria

Top Tips for Tackling Food Waste

This week marks Food Waste Action Week in the UK; the Waste and Resources Action Programme’s (WRAP) third annual campaign to help people reduce food...

Top Tips for Tackling Food Waste
March 2023 by Saaniya Sharma

Positive Climate Reads for World Book Day

World Book Day was first created by UNESCO in 1995 to mark the worldwide celebration of books and reading around the globe. It recognises books...

Positive Climate Reads for World Book Day
March 2023 by Emma Richards

Year-End Discount Scheme 2023

You may already have an idea of the number of staff or students that you are hoping to accredit as Carbon Literate over the next...

Year-End Discount Scheme 2023
February 2023 by Emma Richards

Fund 2500 Students in Bolivia

Total Funding Required: £21,475 Funding Received So Far: £25 Funding Still Needed: £21,450 We are seeking funding to enable the delivery of Carbon Literacy training...

Fund 2500 Students in Bolivia
February 2023 by Saaniya Sharma

Climate Change & Fashion Waste Colonialism

As fashion month draws to an end, it is worth examining the long-lasting impact of the ever-growing fashion industry. Fashion month is a four-week period...

Climate Change & Fashion Waste Colonialism
February 2023 by Matthew Griffin

WMCA – First Combined Authority CLO

The West Midlands Combined Authority is the UK’s first Combined Authority to achieve Carbon Literate Organisation status. The following is a guest blog, originally published...

WMCA – First Combined Authority CLO

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