We’d like to publicly thank all the organisations that have helped us get to where we are today by helping fund and support The Carbon Literacy Project in one way or another since we started. In addition to our Founding Sponsor: Westford Mill, we are very grateful to:
ICT Reverse recovers and recycles unwanted electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Their services include computer and IT disposal, mobile phone recycling, laptop, PC and other IT recycling, and similar electronic devices for recycling under the European WEEE Directive.
IT and telecom equipment donated to ICT Reverse via The Carbon Literacy generate funds directly. If you are interested in exploring this option on behalf of your organisation, then please Contact Us.
Electricity North West
Electricity North West owns, operates and maintains the North West’s electricity distribution network, connecting 2.4 million properties, and more than 5 million people in the region to the National Grid.
Electricity North West generously sponsored Carbon Active 2014, our annual festival of Carbon Literacy and low carbon culture, hosted by Manchester Arndale.
Industry leaders in e-learning, Virtual College provide both public and private sector organisations and individual learners, UK and globally, with a choice of over 300 e-learning courses. and currently address over 1.5 million learners.
In addition to being the event sponsors of the very first CL4RPs consortium meeting, Virtual College have been a hugely support strategic partner in the development of Carbon Literacy: Knowledge e-learning framework.
This framework is the foundation for a range of sectoral online e-learning courses, to support the teaching of the Knowledge component of Carbon Literacy. Each course contains standard elements with customised content generated by members of the sector itself. Further courses are in development.