Author: Go Green

What you need to know about carbon footprints

Updated Friday, 27th November 2020
Jo Hand explores carbon footprints and how we can all make an environmental impact.

In this session, Open University colleagues were joined by Jo Hand, founder of Giki Zero. In her presentation, Jo discusses how even our small actions can add up to make a big difference to the planet. Jo explains what carbon footprints are, how they are produced and measured, why we need to address our carbon footprints, as well as some easy and manageable steps you can make to reduce your environmental impact.

The recording also features a Q&A with Jo from the OU staff audience.


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    Go Green is a University-wide initiative to reduce our impact on the environment. Fronted by our mascot Neville, the Great Crested Newt, we aim to achieve environmental and financial savings across the University by empowering staff to ...

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