Learn to live sustainably

Take meaningful action and start making a difference today

Course 1

Going green for indivduals

Course 2

Going green for businesses

“We are at a unique stage in our history. Never before have we had such an awareness of what we are doing to the planet, and never before have we had the power to do something about that.”

Sir David Attenborough

Broadcaster Naturalist Presenter

Going green to save money?

Not only will our courses help you to learn how to reduce the damaging impact you have on the environment, but as an added benefit, you will also learn how to reduce your energy, water, and shopping expenses too.  

Going green for a healthier you?

Discover how switching to greener produce, containing less toxic chemicals, and eating less meat, can help you lose weight, give you an abundance of extra energy and help you fight off disease more easily. 

Going green to drive customers?

If you can show customers your green credentials, then this could mean the difference between them choosing you over another provider. Our Going Green for Businesses course is perfect for giving your business this edge, whether you are the business owner or in a position of influence within the firm.

It really is easy being green

With the right guidance, you can avoid the mistakes and start making a difference straight away. Whether you are a business or individual, what you do really counts. Our courses help you to navigate the challenges of going green and put in place new habits, processes and behaviours that will help you to reduce the harm you are contributing to the environment and increase the good. 

Course 1

Going green
for individuals

Made up of 4 individual modules, each providing crucial information to help you reduce your impact on climate change, save money on energy and other bills, and live a healthier life, for yourself and for the planet.

Green Living Strategies

Learn how you can save money and save the planet at the same time. With 15 fantastic strategies that are easy to implement and will make all the difference. 

Project Earth Conservation

A more in-depth look at waste reduction, recycling and reusing, with easy to follow methods and recommendations that can be implemented straight away.

The Eco-Friendly Home

Learn how to conduct a home energy audit, and what changes you can make in the home to ensure you are being as energy efficient as possible.

The Green Shopper

Learn all about how to improve your health whilst saving the planet by choosing organic products. Also includes tips for organic gardening.

"The course material really helped me to feel motivated to make changes to my life. Now I feel like I am doing my bit towards a better future. Plus I am noticing my bills going down too."

– Becky Stoke

"As a small business owner, I really didn't know where to begin. This course has provided me with so many in depth solutions to make my business a more eco-friendly one. I'm proud of the changes I have put in place to improve our footprint."

– nathan holmes

Reasons to Go Green

Covers reducing operational costs, competing in a global market, employee morale and doing the right thing.

Vast Potential of Eco Marketing

Covers marketing gains in recent years and future trends, determining the benefit for your business and how long it will take to establish your green reputation.

Defining Your Company Mission

Covers how to make a list of clear and attainable goals, creating a timetable and ensuring your employees are on board. 

Tasks for Employees and Owners

Covers simple things the whole company can work on and tasks that the business owner should take responsibility for. 

Identifying Your Customers

Covers how to find your target market for your rebranded green company. 


Covers where to begin with your company rebrand. 

Course 2

Going green
for businesses

Comprehensive 124-page report covering topics such as reasons to go green, the vast potential of eco-marketing, defining your mission, tasks for all employees to implement, tasks for business owners, identifying your audience, rebranding and education, amongst many other topics. 

Special offer – buy both courses today and save 20%

For a limited time only, buy the going green for individuals and the going green for businesses courses together and save a huge 20% off the total.

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What is climate change?

The Earth’s climate is getting warmer, and some of the effects are proving to be devastating. Snow and ice is melting, the oceans are rising as a result, and extreme weather events are increasing across the globe. This can lead to food insecurity and famine as crops are unable to grow, water supply shortages, ecosystems collapsing, more localised flooding and flooding of coastal regions,  forest fires and deforestation, unbearable temperatures and heat stress, conflicts over scarce resources, and climate migrants. So there is everything to lose and nothing to gain if we allow the planet temperatures to rise at the rate they are currently rising. 

Is climate change our responsiblity?

We have been contributing to this problem since the industrial revolution in the mid-1800s, when we began burning vast amounts of fossil fuels which release greenhouse gases such as methane and carbon dioxide, causing them to build up in the atmosphere. The gases form a layer around the Earth which, like a blanket, traps the heat from the sun that enters the Earth’s atmosphere, causing temperatures to rise. So whilst natural events, such as volcanic activity and changes to solar activity, may be having an effect, it is our actions that are playing the most predominant part in the current climate crisis.

What can we do to help?

It’s so important that we recognize that our individual actions can have a major cumulative effect. Switching off lights and electrical goods while you are not using them, switching to greener fuel and offsetting our carbon footprints are certainly a start.

This guide provides more tips and information to help us all develop healthy habits that allow us to live greener and cleaner, and help slow, stop, or even reverse the problems we are facing with our climate today.