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  • Date

    Thursday, 2 November 2023 - Thursday, 30 November 2023

  • Location


This workshop is a series of five online sessions to enhance our efficacy in this climate and ecological emergency.

This workshop is a series of five online sessions to enhance our efficacy in this  climate emergency.

  • Do you know how to mitigate carbon emissions?
  • Do you understand the benefit of carbon sinks?
  • Do you know your power both as an individual citizen
    and with others to activate necessary transitions?

This five-session workshop takes us quickly through an understanding of the intensifying weather events and interrelated elements of biodiversity. You can channel new insights into potential solutions and enhance our collective efficacy.


Online via Zoom, every Thursday in November from 17:30 - 19:30:

  • Thursday, 2 November
  • Thursday, 9 November
  • Thursday, 16 November
  • Thursday, 24 November
  • Thursday, 30 November

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About the event

This workshop is for anyone asking: “What can I do?”

Together we will examine impact choices and alternatives; from low impact to high impact, leveraging new learning in service to our homes, organisations and communities.

No previous knowledge of climate change education or ecology is needed.

This series of interactive learning is endorsed by the Erasmus Sustainability Liaison Network and facilitated by five instructors from different EUR schools who are offering their wealth of understanding based on their research and teaching of these topics to guide you through self-discovery. The workshop contains core elements designed by the United Nations PRME Working Group: Climate Change and the Environment.

How to participate

Participation in the series is free. Certification is available for a €12 processing fee to those of you who want to demonstrate your understanding of a high-impact personal change and group action by submitting a proposal illustrating carbon emission reductions.

Your EUR student or employee email address is required to register.

For more information contact Joey Johannsen, Climate & Ecological Literacy Project Lead at


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Top image - warming temperatures. Created by Ed Hawkins, University of Reading  

Bottom image - 69% biodiversity decline. Created by Miles Richardson, University of Derby