Carbon Literacy

We are pleased to be running The Carbon literacy course as a GROW course. This three week course will provides an awareness of the carbon dioxide costs and impacts of everyday activities, and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions, on an individual, community and organisational basis. The Carbon Literacy Project is an internationally recognised organisation who the National Church of England have partnered with to design a bespoke course, which aims to encourage and equip Christians to respond to the climate crisis as people of faith. Lydia Perris, our Social Justice and Creation Care Officer, will be delivering the course virtually over three weeks: 9th, 16th and 23rd May at 7pm prompt. Although the three sessions can stand alone, we would really encourage you to participate in the full course for the greatest benefit, and so you can be accredited as ‘carbon literate’! This is a nationally recognised achievement. This course is publicly available and we welcome people of any or no faith.

This course can also be delivered in person over the course of a day. If you would like to run this at your church or other group, please email Lydia to arrange this specifically.

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You can sign up to the May GROW course below. The deadline to sign up is the 6th May:

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