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Reducing carbon emissions with your students or colleagues -two academic papers

  • 1.  Reducing carbon emissions with your students or colleagues -two academic papers

    Posted 12-12-2019 12:34
    Hi all,

    Do you want to contribute to our global efforts to address climate change by reducing carbon emissions with your students?
    The link below gives you currently  (until 27.12.) free access to a paper which should enable you to set up a similar project:

    This project could be embedded in the core curriculum or as an elective. If you rather want to use a fast one -day carbon literacy training to transform your own organisation, please find more info in this paper:

    Please contact us if you would like to have more information on both projects,
    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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