Who we are

cath-hassellConvinced that the personal is political Cath Hassell devised the CO2 voucher scheme in 2001 which has now become the award winning Cut Your Carbon board game. Cath has been involved in the UK building industry for 25 years. For the last 10 years she has been working with school pupils to engage and inform them about environmental issues.

 

 

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Trevon Jervis design the Cut Your Carbon materials and helps deliver the training. He has lived and studied both in the UK and abroad and has a particular interest in the effect of global warming on developing nations.

 

 

 

Our ambition

To ensure as many school pupils as possible understand about global warming and how to reduce their personal CO2 footprint.

To help schools meet the sustainable school goals.

To work with various partners to play Cut Your Carbon in schools across the UK.

 

Who we work with

Cut Your Carbon works with local authorities, businesses and charities to enable schools to access our training. We also work directly with schools.

Ecomerchant (www.ecomerchant.co.uk) sponsored us to go directly into two schools. Their links with the local County Council has meant more schoolchildren in Kent can now play Cut Your Carbon and reduce their personal CO2emissions.

Second Nature (www.secondnatureuk.com) who produce Thermafleece sheep’s wool insulation are working with us to introduce Cut Your Carbon into all junior schools in Cumbria.

Eurban (www.eurban.co.uk) design and build solid timber school buildings. They are working with Cut Your Carbon to combine a sustainable learning environment with carbon literacy for pupils.

We are also working, or have worked, with the following organisations to take Cut Your Carbon into schools across the UK and abroad:

Anne Thorne Architects www.annethornearchitects.co.uk
BioRegional Development Group: www.bioregional.com
Brighton and Hove Council: www.brighton-hove.gov.uk

Bring Home Stories: http://www.bringhomestories.com/
Bromley Council: www.bromley.gov.uk
City Action: www.city-action.org
City and Guilds: www.cityandguilds.com
East Thames Housing Association: www.east-thames.co.uk
Ecobuild: www.ecobuild.co.uk
Ecomerchant: www.ecomerchant.co.uk
Eight Associates: www.eightassociates.co.uk
Eurban: www.eurban.co.uk
Groundwork Trust Leicester: www.gwll.org.uk
Groundwork Trust West London: https://www.groundwork.org.uk/sites/london
Hackney City Farm: www.hackneycityfarm.co.uk
Kent County Council: www.kent.gov.uk
London Sustainability Exchange: www.lsx.org.uk
National Green Specification: www.greenspec.co.uk

Oxford University Press, India: https://india.oup.com/ 
UNLtd: www.unltd.org.uk

 

Who we are and who we work with