Argyll and Bute Council achieve the Bronze Carbon Literacy Organisation award with the help of Carbon Literacy training delivered by ACT. 

Jamie Joyce, ACT Now project officer and accredited Carbon Literacy trainer, delivered the training to council employees, including councillors. There is further training planned for council employees and the community. 

Councillor Ross Moreland, policy lead, Climate Change and Environment Services, said: “As part of the process of tackling and reducing our carbon emissions, learning about climate change is hugely important."

Argyll and Bute Council are one of a small number of councils in Scotland to achieve the nationally recognised Bronze Carbon Literate Organisation (CLO) Award. The council met a number of criteria for the award including the completion of training by councillors and senior officers plus external assessment and verification.

Our ACT Now project officer, Jamie Joyce, is an accredited Carbon Literacy Trainer and has delivered certified climate change training to Argyll and Bute residents, councillors, communities, chief executives, local organisations and businesses.

ACT is also a Bronze Carbon Literate Organisation.

Read the Argyll and Bute Council news story here.

Find out about ACT's Carbon Literacy training here.