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The Net Zero Now training scheme will help local communities to identify how and where they can take action on climate change in South Cambridgeshire.
This free training course is designed to enable everyone, regardless of knowledge, skills or experience to participate. By the end of the programme participants will have the tools to get started on a carbon reduction initiative. This could be something as simple as setting up a new local clothes swap, or something as big as a community energy scheme.
Featuring 8 fortnightly sessions of online interactive learning and skill sharing, the course will connect you with like minded individuals and help you create an action plan for change.
The training will run June-October, with a 6 week break in the summer.
Applications are now closed! We’re aiming to get back to applicant within 14 days of this deadline.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch a 30 minute webinar to find out more about the free Net Zero Now Training.
Approximately 60% of the changes needed to reach net zero by 2050 will require changes to the way we live our lives. We’ll need to reduce energy use, make changes to the way we travel, what we eat, how much we buy and how we dispose of things. This means that in the coming months and years each individual and community will need to find positive ways to adapt, change and thrive as we move towards net zero emissions.
Cambridge Carbon Footprint, with support from the South Cambridgeshire District Council Zero Carbon Communities fund, is excited to be launching Net Zero Now, a new scheme to help train and support community climate leaders across the district.
The project will focus on three key things:
There are many online sources of information and inspiration, but in our experience there is nothing that beats the personalised support that a local community of like-minded practitioners can provide.
If you’re interested in getting involved in Net Zero Now, promoting it in your community or simply would like to find out more, please get in touch: