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Making Carbon History

With my colleauges at TYF EcoSapiens, I am proud to be part of a team that is launching what scarily appears to be a 'world first'. At the Hay on Earth think tank back in May, WWF's Morgan Parry presented Kevin Anderson's data from his research at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research which clearly shows the need to reduce UK (and other developed countries') CO2 emissions by 9% per annum from 2012 to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. And if this wasn't daunting enough, the scary bit comes from that few if any people in business have much idea of the plan looks like to get us there. Through two decades of work in organisation development, the idea of creating a plan isn't too scary in itself, so we started the planning jounrney to and created Making Carbon History as a project to map and collect stories of business, government and personal change. We are looking for the first 20 organisations to join us in process, and starting recruitment this week. If you're interested, call us. An outline of the Making Carbon History workshop outline can be found here

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