Passionate about climate action? Want to educate others on what the future holds and how we can act?
We want to educate as many students as possible about the climate emergency FREE of charge! Any Cambridge student passionate about climate action or would like to learn more about the emergency facing us, please apply here to receive training from certified Carbon Literacytrainers! You can apply here.
Briefly, you will receive FREE formal training, courtesy of Cambridge Zero, based on the new Carbon Literacy Project course for higher education, that has been adapted by Cambridge trainers. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the climate emergency as well as an internationally renowned qualification.
Following the application process, students will receive training from a group of Carbon Literate students at the university. The training will be a mixture of self-study (4hrs) and two Zoom webinars on 28th January and 4th February between 16:00-18:30.
Applications close on 18th January. Places are limited this round due to a waiting list from last year. Please do follow us on Facebook to hear first about future training opportunities wewill be running in Lent and Easter Term.
Any undergraduate, postgraduate or post-doc at the university! All levels of familiarity with the climate emergency are welcome!
Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact – Will Moody [email protected]
We are an inclusive organisation and can make reasonable adjustments to application processes, interviews, training sessions and other activities on a case-by-case basis. If you have particular accessibility needs, please do get in touch at [email protected]
The Cambridge Carbon Literacy project is run by the newly formed Cambridge Environmental Education Society (CEES) through Cambridge Hub and it is sponsored by Cambridge Zero (University of Cambridge).