2017 was quite a year for The Carbon Literacy Project. We’ve worked with many fantastic, passionate individuals, including volunteers and trainers, to bring about our most successful year to date!
We’ve had close to a 50% increase in the number of certified Carbon Literate individuals, the total rolling over into 2018 standing at 6986!
We’ve also welcomed 5 CL Organisations, 2 CL Facilitators, 10 CL Trainers, and 2 CL Consultants to our accredited Carbon Literacy family.
Additionally, in 2017 we’ve –
Read on to find out about some of our highlights from 2017!
BBC – Bronze CLO
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We are delighted that Keep Scotland Beautiful, the Stirling-based organisation that oversees the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund (CCF), has made Carbon Literacy a key plank in their process to support applicants who wish to apply for funds.
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Last January saw a team of 3 trainers from MMU alongside our Director Phil Korbel, head to Toulouse in France, to help INP-ENSEEIHT (one of France’s prestigious top-tier grandes écoles) set-up and roll-out Carbon Literacy training for its students. This was the first Carbon Literacy training to take place outside of the UK.
Read more here.
Manchester Met’s Carbon Literacy train-the-trainer programme is designed to equip participants with skills and knowledge crucial for delivering Carbon Literacy (CL) training.
The programme consists of a CL e-learning package, three interactive sessions and an optional assessment day.
Further details and booking form here.