To achieve #NetZero 2050, the building blocks of Social transformation must be put in place now, and one of the main pillars of these building blocks is environmental education.
Carbon emissions should be something that becomes paramount in our daily routines if we really want to bring about a mindset shift.
Part of the remit of many governments for the next 30 years is to reduce carbon emissions, as agreed in 2015 at COP21 in Paris.
The Paris Agreement is a legally binding international treaty on climate change adopted by 196 parties in 2015. All participating countries must achieve zero carbon by 2050.
The implementation of the Paris Agreement requires significant economic, political and social transformation.
It’s not something that can be achieved in a few years. Our culture, our politics, our economy, our way of thinking and living must be transformed in such a way that carbon emissions become part of our DNA.
Environmental education, by its definition, will enable all of us to engage in problem solving and taking action to improve the environment as individuals.
While our 2030/2050 goals include reducing carbon emissions as a nation, I firmly believe that one vital step that we are missing right now is educating all of us as individuals on what we can do to get there. reach.
Organizations are beginning to realize what is needed in the coming years to achieve net zero by 2050.
What does this mean in the future labor market?
This means that more and more companies will need Green Managers, Environmental Managers and a culture of environmental sustainability.
The job market needs people with the skills to measure, monitor and reduce carbon emissions in the workplace. Sue Duke, head of global policy and economic graphing at LinkedIn, says people with green skills are hired 1.5 times faster than those without.
By integrating environmental sustainability skill sets into our schools and colleges, we will prepare our young people for the jobs the market will need now and in the future.
Our range of online educational programs from secondary schools to higher education, with accredited and non-accredited option. We teach students how to measure, manage and reduce carbon emissions and save money by reducing energy, waste and water from any building, home or workplace.
We are currently working with thousands of learners in Ireland and here are some of the comments we have had on the program:
- Students rated the program 9 out of 10 in terms of their confidence in the content they learned.
- They were 100% confident that they could take advantage of this program and apply it to other buildings.
- Over two-thirds of the pilot group felt they had made lifestyle choices to become more sustainable.
We are passionate about providing learners with the skills they need to achieve this transformation and sincerely believe that education is the key to a sustainable way of life.
If you think we could work with you and your learners, please contact me, Raquel, at [email protected] .
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