Carbon Literacy Training

What is carbon literacy training? What is carbon literacy for schools? Why is it important?

Carbon Literacy Project logoHave you heard these questions raised in conversation recently?

If so you’re not alone. That’s because these are among the most frequently asked questions on the topic of carbon literacy today, especially when it comes to the education sector.

Carbon literacy training and understanding carbon literacy is something Satori is proud to help schools and multi-academy-trusts with across the UK.

So today, we’re going to delve a little deeper and give your some of our insights on this topic.

But first, did you know carbon literacy extends beyond just understanding carbon emissions?

It’s also about empowering individuals and communities to take meaningful action towards reducing their carbon footprint and combating climate change.

And when it comes to the question: Why is carbon literacy important? It’s because carbon literacy is essential for driving positive change and fostering a culture of sustainability.

By providing individuals and organisations with the knowledge and the skills to enable them to make more informed decisions, we can collectively reduce carbon emissions, mitigate climate change, and create a more resilient and equitable future.

Whether it’s through making greener lifestyle choices, advocating for sustainable policies, or implementing carbon reduction initiatives, carbon literacy can empower us to be proactive agents in the fight against climate change.

We are proud to run a carbon literacy training course that is specifically designed for busy school leaders and is accredited by the Carbon Literacy Project.

Not only does it help schools to improve their carbon footprint towards NetZero2050 goals, but it also equips them with the tools and deeper knowledge to transfer into the classroom.

Our next training course will be held in June, with more dates in September and December.

Satori Education is a proud part of the GivEnergy’s daughter company GivEducation.

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