Get Free Support from a Climate Action Advisor

Is your school looking for support to become zero carbon?

Our experts will soon be giving free and tailored advice to help schools green their buildings, transport, menus and more.

You can register your interest now.

What is a Climate Action Advisor?

Climate Action Advisors are independent experts, who will soon be offering free support for schools, colleges, and nurseries across England. They can suggest practical, affordable actions for schools of any size – even those that are just starting their sustainability journey. This service is part of the Let’s Go Zero campaign.

What support is offered?

Our experienced experts can help your school to: 


  • Seize the quick wins that reduce energy use and wider carbon impact​.
  • Upgrade existing school buildings – advisors will help you prioritise and explore different options, and understand routes to funding (private and government).
  • Boost strategic sustainability across multi-academy trusts​.
  • Get further support from local and national organisations​.
  • Connect with other local schools, to share ideas on sustainability​.
  • Build an effective climate action plan.

How do they offer support?  

  • 1:1 phone and online expertise.
  • Site visits to schools – working hand in hand with site staff.
  • Informing and inspiring schools at network meetings and regional events.
  • Bringing schools together with the latest information at regular webinars and group calls.

When will they arrive in my area? 

We are planning a phased roll out of the advisor service across England – the dates below reflect our current plans, but may change.  

  1. East and West Midlands – September 2023 
  2. South East, South West and London – April 2024 
  3. Yorkshire & Humberside, Anglia, North West, and North East – August 2024  


If you are interested in becoming one of our Climate Action Advisors keep an eye on our opportunities or get in touch.

Contact us

Email: letsgozero@ashden.org
Twitter: @LetsGo_Zero


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