Be a climate ambassador!

Our episode is about the Climate Ambassador Scheme. The Climate Ambassador Scheme provides nurseries, schools and colleges across England with free access to local experts who can help turn their climate and sustainability ambitions into action.

Volunteer experts from across England are wanted to support the roll-out of the scheme, which, in the first two years, aims to support 2,500 education settings on their sustainability journey. Regional hubs have been set up so that experts can be matched with educational settings in their area. The East of England Climate Ambassador hub will be coordinated by UEA and led by the Tyndall Centre.

Anyone interested in becoming a Climate Ambassador can sign up to the scheme now, to be provided with free training and support, and be matched to a local nursery, school or college that needs help building a climate action plan. All Climate Ambassadors will be supported by a national network of regional hubs, based at organisations with a strong commitment to sustainability and climate action.

Today we will speak with Kit Marie Rackley, the Schools Climate Hub coordinator in the East of England to learn more about how to become a climate ambassador.

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