A free course on ‘How to measure, reduce and offset your company’s carbon footprint’.
Help tackle climate change with this guide to carbon footprint measurement, offsetting, and reduction strategies for your company.
This is a free course available to anyone via FreeLearn platform.
Explore the different carbon footprint modelling tools
No matter how many green practices you have in place, companies still produce at least some carbon in their operations.
On this six-week course, you’ll be guided through the terminology, measurement techniques, and reduction strategies for your company’s carbon footprint.
You’ll start by examining different carbon footprint modelling tools before a step-by-step guide will help you model your own Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 carbon footprint.
Learn how to reduce and offset your carbon footprint
You’ll explore common strategies for reducing your carbon footprint before examining how and where your company can offset its carbon footprint.
This course will help you navigate the confusing carbon offset landscape to help you find the scheme that works best for you and your business.
With strategies in place, you’ll learn how to track your reductions and create dashboards to report on your progress, improving your brand reputation and showing your customers you’re committed to your green initiatives.
Discover other pledges and environmental sustainability initiatives
Guided by James Cannings you’ll finish the course with the knowledge and confidence to implement carbon reduction and offsetting strategies and help influence others to do the same.
James is the Chief Sustainability Officer at MSQ, an Advisor to Eco-Friendly Web Alliance and member of Scientific Advisory Board. James is also the Co-Chair of the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) Sustainability Council. The course is developed by MSQ, a global digital marketing group.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for anyone interested in how companies can help to tackle climate change.
It will be particularly useful to SMEs who are looking to reduce their carbon footprint and to introduce a carbon offsetting scheme to their company.