Environmental Sustainability From Within - An Introduction
What you'll learn
- Understand what sustainability is.
- Understand what environmental sustainability is.
- Understand the concept of our CO2 footprint.
- Identify ways to be more sustainable.
- No requirements - just interested about sustainability.
This course is for anybody who is curious to understand what environmental sustainability is and how it affects them in their everyday lives.
Sustainability is often a concept which complex and ever-changing.
In addition, despite all the policies and agendas, in my years working in the field, I’ve always found the everyday person like you and I, doing everyday things, rarely have these concepts broken down and made relatable to our lives.
This course is for you if:
You want a basic guide to what sustainability is.
You need to enhance your knowledge of environmental sustainability.
You maybe work with community groups or local residents who could benefit from improving their sustainability.
On completion of this course, you’ll walk away with:
The confidence to know what is sustainability – by definition and how the world around us is changing.
What is environmental sustainability – how this is one pillar of a wider concept of sustainability and why it’s so important to us.
The knowledge of our CO2 Footprint and how product life cycles and emissions impact us along the process.
A plan of action for integrating sustainability across your communities and hopefully some handy takeaways for you to practice and share with your community.
Who this course is for:
- This course is intended for people who have no knowledge of sustainability and would like a simple basic introduction.
Nazo is an environmental educator who has spent years speaking and offering workshops to local communities, to explore what being sustainable means in the simplest, inclusive and accessible way. He takes joy in encouraging and facilitating people of all backgrounds and abilities to begin or further their journey of environmental sustainability, and in celebrating how through community we can improve our sustainable habits.