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Are you interested in climate solutions? Do you want to add carbon literacy to your classrooms?

  • 1.  Are you interested in climate solutions? Do you want to add carbon literacy to your classrooms?

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    Carbon Literacy Training-AOM-September-October

    Description

    In these times when the world as we knew it has undergone instantaneous change, we need to focus on changes that will make the world a better place for all and link the COVID-19 recovery with a transition to a low-carbon economy while addressing social inequalities at the same time.

    The Carbon Literacy Training Programme equips you with the information and skills needed to make these high impact changes in your work (for example research, teaching or consultancy work) in order to reduce carbon emissions along with addressing multiple other SDGs. A certificate is given upon full participation and completion of the training.

    Topics covered:
    • Positive Futures Scenarios and Climate Justice
    • Climate Science and the matching high impact climate solutions
    • Carbon calculation and individual action
    • Climate Change Mitigation: a systems approach
    • Your own Action Plan

    Trainers:
    1. Dr. Petra Molthan-Hill, Professor of Sustainable Management and
    Education for Sustainable Development at Nottingham Business School (UK)
    2. Dr. Alex Mifsud, Lecturer at Nottingham Business School (UK)
    3. Dr. Divya Singhal, Professor at Goa Institute of Management (GIM), Goa and
    Chairperson of Centre For Social Sensitivity and Action at GIM (India)
    4. Dr. Muhammad Usman Mazhar, Senior Lecturer at Nottingham Business School
    (UK)
    5. Dr. Jennifer Leigh, Professor of Management at Nazareth College (USA)
    6. Dr. Alex Hope, Head of Department: Leadership and Human Resource
    Management at Northumbria University (UK)
    7. Dr. Rajul Singh, Professor-Sustainable Business Management, Conestoga College-Institute of Applied Learning and Technology (Canada)
    8. Dr Helen Goworek, Associate Professor in Marketing, Durham University (UK)



    Target Group: This online workshop is open to all AOM members and their colleagues.

    Participants who attend the entire workshop can obtain a train-the-trainer certificate issued by The Carbon Literacy Project in Manchester (cost: 10 £).

    Method: Online Workshop Series, 4 sessions of 2 hours

    Session Dates & Time: Sessions are 11.9.2020, 18.9.2020, 25.9.2020, & 2.10.2020

    Register here:  https://naz.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErduCvpzgjG9x8FamsEpbZMcU_Ffb3tqFI. Click or tap if you trust this link.">https://naz.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErduCvpzgjG9x8FamsEpbZMcU_Ffb3tqFI


    Thanks, Petra




    Professor Petra Molthan-Hill   PhD, MBA, MDiv, PFHEA

    Head NTU Green Academy 
    Professor o f Sustainable Management and Education for Sustainable Development
    Academic Lead for UN PRME in NBS
    Co-Chair UN PRME Working Group on Climate Change & the Environment
    Lead of the Pedagogical Research in the Responsible and Sustainable Research Lab

    "Ours can be the first generation to end poverty –
    and the last
    generation to address climate change before it is too late."
    Former UN Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon



    Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University
     

    Award in CSR Education 2018, 8th International CSR Conference
    Winner of the 'Sustainability Professional Award' in the Green Gown Awards 2016
    Winner of the Guardian University Award 2015 in Business Partnership

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