Getting the most out of carbon literacy training

By Cara Jenkinson and Hazel Graham | 20 April 2022

Hazel Graham and Cara Jenkinson explain how councils can deliver informative, inspiring and well targeted carbon literacy training on a limited budget

For councils looking to lower their emissions, carbon literacy training is essential. Staff at all levels often feel overwhelmed by the challenge of understanding, measuring and lowering emissions, integrating climate targets with other urgent priorities, or working out how to communicate any of this in a clear way that drives change.

But how can training deliver maximum impact on a limited budget? Key priorities should include shaping sessions to meet the needs of your authority and communities, and making sure you create effective advocates for change.

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