The Banana Blog Unpeeling Sustainability

Just like peeling back the layers of a banana, we’re here to discuss the hidden truths about our carbon footprints, sustainability, and ‘greener’ way of living. Our content hub is inspired by the book ‘How Bad Are Bananas?’ by Mike Berners-Lee and we aim to bring you a fresh, engaging, and informative perspective on creating a greener future.

Join us on this exciting journey as we delve into the world of carbon emissions, eco-friendly practices, and innovative leadership. Get ready to unpeel the layers of sustainability and be part of a community that’s making a real difference—one banana at a time!

Why games are so effective

Research has shown that children can recall far better details of games they have played than most formal learning they receive. Using games as a way of learning works very effectively as they engage players in multiple different ways simultaneously.

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What makes us different to competitors?

This is the UK’s first ‘Carbon Literacy Course that focuses the learning specifically on others that intend to teach or train about the climate and ecological emergencies. You can then increase your impact by spreading the messages about climate change

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Why is this Carbon Literacy course so important?

There is a big gap in knowledge on climate change and action. Our Carbon Literacy Course specifically targets those who are delivering learning on carbon footprints and climate change and helps them to understand what the issues are as well

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What is included in the Carbon Literacy course?

Access to 8 hours of learning with the option of face-to-face or online. Face-to-face course includes low carbon refreshments throughout the day. Travel costs to the event are not included. To be able to participate fully in the training, you

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Who is the Carbon Literacy course for?

Facilitators, trainers, teachers, educators and sustainability professionals with a remit to engage and teach your stakeholders about the climate crisis or net zero. Primary or secondary school teachers (Year 5 is recommended), those who work at an FE college or

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