Carbon Literacy: “An awareness of the carbon dioxide costs and impacts of everyday activities, and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions, on an individual, community and organisational basis.”
Some of us are missing face-to-face work – but interactive games and story-telling, prioritising, group discussions and action plannings take Carbon Literacy online with ‘CLIP’.
Replacing a full day’s face-to-face learning, there are three 2-hour online ‘synch’ sessions, with learners and trainer working together in time.
Academically accredited by Manchester Metropolitan University, via the Carbon Literacy Project themselves.
Synch sessions are Zoom conference calls that involve interactive padlet tasks, break-out and plenary discussions and presentations; non-synch sessions are on Sway, including more padlet activities, videos and some online research/short writing tasks.
Cohorts are limited to 16; significant discounts for
NUJ, UCU and IBT members.
Some free trainings during August 2020;
email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange booking
Susi Arnott is a qualified Carbon Literacy Trainer, with experience training film&TV professionals under BAFTA’s albert initiative – the home of environmental sustainability for the screen industries.