Carbon Literacy Teacher Training with Professor Petra Molthan-Hill
Carbon Literacy Teacher Training with Professor Petra Molthan-Hill (Nottingham Trent University Business School) and eduCCate Global.
1.1 Welcome to Climate Literacy and Action for All
1.2 Where are you joining the course from?
1.3 What will studying online with Nottingham Business School be like?
1.4 What are the time commitments for this course?
1.5 Essential skills for learning online
1.6 Need support?
1.7 Introduction to Week 1: Climate change, the action needed, and some of the high-impact solutions already available
1.8 How much do you know about climate change?
1.9 Have you ever taken action in order to reduce the effects of climate change?
1.10 How many climate solutions do you know about?
1.11 Where are we currently?
1.12 Prioritising En-ROADS categories
1.13 Can one person really make a difference?
1.14 Finding high-impact solutions
1. 15 Project Drawdown quiz
1.16 Creating a better world for nothing...
1.17 Climate actions with multiple benefits
1.18 15-minute city: multiple benefits
1.19 Achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
1.20 What have you taken away from this week's activities?
1.21 Recap of Week 1 and further links
2.1 Welcome to Week 2
2.2 Your feelings about the future
2.4 A troubled future
2.5 A positive future
2.6 Assessing your learning
2.7 Introduction to the impact of food and drink on the planet
2.8 Passionate about the food on offer
2.10 Food, glorious food
2.11 Recap and close of Week 2
3.1 Welcome to Week 3
3.3 The greenhouse gas effect and carbon sinks
3.6 What can you do around your home to reduce carbon emissions?
3.7 What could you do?
3.8 Comparing carbon emissions caused by production processes
3.9 Week 1 solutions
3.10 Week 2 solutions
3.12 Your action plan
3.13 Share your planned actions (both here and on social media)
Session 1 - Self Study
Session 1 - Teachers Notes
Session 2 - Self Study
Session 2 - Teachers Notes
Session 3 - Teachers Notes
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