Module 4



Module Overview

Module 4 tackles the critical issue of decarbonisation, focusing on reducing carbon dioxide emissions through the transition to cleaner, sustainable alternatives. This module explains the impact of climate change, including unpredictable weather patterns and extreme weather events, and the role of greenhouse gas emissions in exacerbating global warming.

        Module length: 3 hours on average

        CPD Hours: 3


Ben, a seasoned sustainability consultant and graduate of Ulster University and Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, leverages a decade of entrepreneurial experience to offer clear, practical sustainability strategies for organisations. Outside of work, he is an avid kayak surfer, ranked 4th globally.

You will learn about concepts such as achieving carbon neutrality, striving for net-zero emissions to counteract global warming, and the ambitious goal of becoming net-positive by actively removing more greenhouse gases than are emitted.

This module equips you with the knowledge to implement effective measures for reducing emissions within organisations using tools like carbon offsets to support their sustainability goals.

This reflects the duration of Continuous Professional Development learning and the corresponding hours that can be recorded in your CPD Portfolio. These hours contribute towards achieving your qualification.

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