Sept 10th, 17th, 24th and Oct 1st|
Free Carbon Literacy Training (CLT)
As an AOM member, you can qualify to participate in the free training over four consecutive Fridays from September 10 through October 1, 11:00am-13:00pm EDT (16:00-18:00 BST).
Time & Location
Sept 10th, 17th, 24th and Oct 1st
About The Event
The Carbon Literacy Training (CLT) Programme equips everyone with the information to train others about carbon literacy. This professional development opportunity provides the skills needed to make high impact changes in private and work settings (for example research, teaching or consultancy work) to reduce carbon emissions. Additionally, the CLT helps participants identify multiple other benefits such as health issues and inequality. A certificate is awarded upon full participation and completion of the training issued by The Carbon Literacy Project.
We offer regular training for staff and students at NBS and NTU. Find out more about the training on our website.
We also offer bespoke versions for corporations and organisations (including a bespoke version for SMEs). Please contact Prof Dr Petra Molthan-Hill petra.molthan-hill @ntu.ac.uk if you want to find out more.
Free Training for Academics
As an AOM member, you can qualify to participate in the free training over four consecutive Fridays from September 10 through October 1, 11:00am-13:00pm EDT (16:00-18:00 BST). All training will be via Zoom. Please register here if you are interested: https://waynestate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5gpDLIHcrlw8GmG
This training was developed by Nottingham Business School (Nottingham Trent University) in collaboration with the UN PRME Champions, Oikos International and the Carbon Literacy Project. It also includes an introduction to En-ROADS developed by Climate Interactive in collaboration with MIT Sloan and Ventana Systems.
- Positive Futures Scenarios and Climate Justice
- Climate Science and the matching high impact climate solutions
- Carbon calculation and individual action
- Climate Change Mitigation: a systems approach
- Your own Action Plan
- Dr Petra Molthan-Hill, Professor of Sustainable Management and Education for Sustainable Development at Nottingham Business School (UK)
- Dr Frank Goeddeke, Senior Lecturer in Management, Wayne State University (USA)
- Dr Jennifer Leigh, Professor of Management at Nazareth College (USA)