Tackling carbon is one essential element of every organisation’s sustainability strategy. Engaging staff in reducing carbon and working together to change behaviours is the only way we can achieve this – and, to do so, every individual needs to know how to play their part.
This November, the Carbon Literacy Project is running its second Carbon Literacy Action Day, with the theme of maximising impact.
The Carbon Literacy Project was set up to give everyone, everywhere, a day of training on carbon literacy, and in doing so, empower people to make positive change. Today, over 41,650 individuals from over 3,950 organisations have certified as Carbon Literate and that number is rising fast.
Carbon literacy is there to enlighten, educate and empower your business and your employees. Businesses taking part in carbon literacy training can expect to emerge with upskilled employees who are motivated to reduce their carbon impact both at work and in their personal lives.
Each trained employee is certified by the Carbon Literacy Project; and every organisation has the opportunity to become a Carbon Literate Organisation, demonstrating a commitment to educating its workforce and reducing its footprint.
Join Lighthouse Sustainability‘s next Carbon Literacy for Business course on November 4th and 7th and help us maximise impact this Carbon Literacy Action Day.