Carbon management and community-based action learning: a theory to work experience
Annie L. Booth,
Christie Ray and
Action Learning: Research and Practice, 2020, vol. 17, issue 1, 62-71
We discuss an innovative action-learning course co-developed by the University of Northern British Columbia, the Prince George Chamber of Commerce (Canada) and local businesses. The Carbon and Energy Management course is an undergraduate/graduate course initiated by the Chamber to address an interest in climate change amongst local businesses/non-profits. Growing awareness of climate change and the need to better manage carbon has led to businesses eager to reduce greenhouse gases. Students, seeking to create a more sustainable world while gaining practical skills, create carbon footprint analyses for business clients. We discuss the course impacts on students as an action learning initiative.
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