Resources

The CAAN provides the following links for information only: we are more than happy to add appropriate links  

Fossil Free Divestment: Colleges & Universities ​

Campaigns encouraging divestment from colleges and universities.

Flying Less: Reducing Academia's Carbon Footprint

A blog written by Professors' Parke Wilde and Joesph Nivens encouraging a reduction of flying specifically in academia.

No Fly Climate​ SCI

We try to fly as little as possible while pushing for systemic change, especially through our home institutions. These are our stories – why we fly less, and what that means in a society that still rewards frequent flying.

Towards a Culture of Low Carbon Research 

Research Article.  

Post Carbon Institute

Founded in 2003, Post Carbon Institute’s mission is to lead the transition to a more resilient, equitable, and sustainable world by providing individuals and communities with the resources needed to understand and respond to the interrelated ecological, economic, energy, and equity crises of the 21st century.

Climate Visuals

Every day, thousands of images of climate change are shared around the world. A more compelling and diverse visual language for climate change is urgently required, so Climate Outreach created climatevisuals.org, an evidence-based image library. Based on international social research in Europe and the US, this unique resource offers seven core principles for effective visual communication, plus a library of images. Climate Visuals aims to strategically change the working practices of influential visual communicators across the world, to catalyse a new - more compelling and diverse - visual language for climate change.

Climate Pledge Collective

To change every single person on our planet, one by one, into advocates for climate solutions by talking frankly about our climate crisis and highlighting meaningful, manageable actions that individuals can take right now. We suggest ways you can reduce your footprint and take action. You make pledges that fit your lifestyle. Then you sign up friends, family and neighbours.

The Climate Champions Club

A Twitter group for those who: (1.) Talk About The Climate (2.) Talk About The Climate Breakdown. (3.) Walk The Talk. (4.) Stop Flying. (5.) Are A Champion. (6.) Look For Other Champions.

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