Carbon Footprint Workshop
 
  • Sustainability Hub, Kirkby Lodge, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA

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As more and more funders are asking charities and community groups what they are doing to tackle climate change, POP (Plymouth Octopus Project) and POP ideas bring you a workshop to help you understand what you can do to make viable environmental plans for the future.
Join this interactive workshop to explore what net zero really means, why it's important and how you can catalyse your journey towards taking action on climate change, reducing your carbon footprint, and delivering meaningful change for people and planet. It will set the scene, debunk the climate jargon, and explore practical actions and tips you can start implementing right away.
The workshop will be facilitated in a collaborative way between Chris Woodfield (Low Carbon Devon), Beth Whittaker (Plymouth City Council) and Paul Gilbert (South West Manufacturing Advisory Service).
Visit the Eventbrite webpage for further information and tickets.
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