Fully funded offer for new members

  • Event Date: 10th July 2024, 09:30 - 13:30
  • Venue: Microsoft Teams
  • Organiser: Staffordshire County Council, Green Solutions

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The workshop is available to businesses in Staffordshire (excluding Stoke-on-Trent), however priority will be given to businesses in Stafford Borough and South Staffordshire.

The course will be:

  • Date: 20th & 21st March 2024
  • Time: (09:00 start to check technology) 09:30 to 13:30
  • Venue: Online | Microsoft Teams (A link will be sent to you closer to the event date)

Please note: This course is covered in two four-hour sessions over two consecutive days, attendance is required on both days.

There is a requirement to complete an evidence/pledge form but this will be started during the course.

Session 1: The Science, Psychology and Impacts of Climate Change  

  • Positive future- what could the world look like in a positive future scenario?
  • What is Carbon Literacy and why is it important?
  • Bigger Picture – how are our governments responding to climate change?
  • The science behind climate change
  • How did we get into this position?
  • Current trajectories, tipping points and feedback loops
  • Impacts of climate change; internationally, nationally, locally and for SME’s
  • Climate justice and inequality
  • What role do SME’s, Local Authorities and Councils sectors play in changing behaviours?
  • Terminology and the Road to Net Zero

Session 2: Carbon Hotspots, Solutions and Action Planning 

  • Bigger picture solutions
  • Individual action
  • Greenwashing
  • Carbon hotspots of SME’s
  • What can we do as organisations?
  • Exploring new sustainable innovations for SME’s
  • Environmental policies/ actions plans
  • Case studies of SME’s taking effective action
  • Engaging your stakeholders and effective communication
  • Building networks
  • Action planning/ pledges

If you have any queries, please contact patricia.tennant@staffordshire.gov.uk.

The Green Solutions Carbon Literacy Training is funded by Stafford Borough Council & South Staffs Council using UK Shared Prosperity Fund and Staffordshire County.

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