Event: Becoming a zero carbon school and getting started with Let’s Go Zero

We’re joining London Climate Action Week 2021 to connect with UK schools and help them take the first step towards becoming a zero carbon school. 

Register now to join us on Tuesday 29 June or Thursday 1 July.


Up and down the UK, schools are signing up to the Let’s Go Zero campaign and declaring their aim to be zero carbon by 2030.

Together, schools and their students are taking action to reduce their carbon impact, helping combat climate change and safeguarding our planet for future generations.

Join us to find out how you can take the first steps towards becoming a zero-carbon school, from reducing your energy and water use, cutting waste, boosting biodiversity and promoting active travel.

Each session lasts 45 minutes, and is packed full of practical tips on how to engage and inspire your students, how to cut carbon in key areas and how to become part of the UK-wide movement of schools leading the way towards a zero-carbon future.


We’re running the same session twice, so schools can jump on and find out more:


Session 1:

Time: Tuesday 29 June, 4:30– 5:15PM (BST)

Duration: 45 minutes

Register here.



Session 2:

Time: Thursday 1 July, 4:30– 5:15PM (BST)

Duration: 45 minutes

Register here.



The Let’s Go Zero campaign is led by a powerful coalition of sustainability organisations including Ashden, Global Action Plan, WWF, Fairtrade Foundation, Soil Association, Eco Schools, Sustrans and Carbon Trust.

Find out more about the campaign here












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