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Introducing Ecodemy’s latest course: Net Zero

Let’s start at the very beginning. What exactly is Net Zero? Picture our planet as a giant accounting book. On one side, you have all the greenhouse gas emissions we add to the atmosphere—through burning fossil fuels, deforestation, and industrial processes. On the other, we have the planet’s ability to absorb or remove these gases. Reaching Net Zero means that we are not adding more emissions to the atmosphere than the earth can naturally or artificially take away. It is all about balancing the scales to stabilize our climate.

Course Overview

This condensed course focuses on Net Zero, a crucial concept in the fight against climate change. You will learn about the balance of greenhouse gas emissions and the planet’s ability to absorb them. The course covers the science behind Net Zero, including carbon emissions, their effects on the atmosphere, and the significance of carbon sequestration. It also differentiates between Net Zero and Carbon Neutral strategies. Real-world examples like Copenhagen’s innovative approach to achieving Net Zero by 2025 are highlighted, demonstrating the practical application of these concepts in urban sustainability. Ecodemy aims to deepen your understanding of Net Zero and its vital role in global sustainability efforts. This Material Supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goals #8,#9,#11, #12, and #13

Ecodemy’s purpose is to deliver engaging sustainability education tools to build a foundation for a greener future. 

Net Zero Toolkit Features:

  • HD video Training course with Knowledge Check Quiz and Verifiable Certificate of Completion
  • Social Media Posts and Reusable Canva Templates
  • Presentation Slide Deck and Reusable Canva Template
  • Shareable written reports for your company’s publications and newsletters and Reusable Canva Template

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