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  • Hall for Cornwall, Back Quay, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2LL

  • The Eden Project, Bodelva, Par, Cornwall PL21 2SG

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Join our action-focused 2-day course designed specifically for those leading net zero and sustainability in their organisations. This comprehensive course combines theoretical foundations with practical strategies and real-world applications to help you develop and deliver an effective net-zero action plan within your organisation.
Discover how transitioning to net zero can not only help combat climate change but also enhance operational efficiency, improve regulatory compliance and foster a positive organisational culture. 
Tailored to inspire and equip, this course bridges the gap between environmental responsibility and practical business solutions, empowering you to lead the change towards a more sustainable future.
Who is this course for?
The course is fully funded for eligible organisations based in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly through the Future is Green short courses project. This course is ideal for anyone interested in implementing net-zero strategies, whether you are a sole trader, a small-to-medium-sized enterprise, a charity or a public sector organisation.
Tailored to inspire and equip, this course bridges the gap between environmental responsibility and practical business solutions, empowering you to lead the change towards a more sustainable future. Mixing theory and practice, this course includes a complementary lunch and netwalking to experience net zero in action and connect with your fellow participants!
Dates
• 2 July 2024 (6 hours) – Hall for Cornwall
• 9 July 2024 (6 hours) – The Eden Project

Further information, including course details and eligibility

Please email greenskills@plymouth.ac.uk if you have any queries.
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The Future is Green project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
 

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