Certified online course – 2 half days




The Carbon Literacy Project is a transformative initiative that equips individuals and organisations with the knowledge, skills, and motivation to take meaningful action in the fight against climate change, fostering a sustainable and resilient future for all.



  • You don’t know how to speak confidently about food and climate change.
  • You are not sure what climate change has to do with your industry.
  • You want to take action but don’t know where to start.


  • To start conversations about climate change with friends and colleagues in an informed way.
  • Promote a confident workforce with alignment to company net zero plans. Offer quality education to underserved learners without physical presence.
  • Take an online course to contribute to a low-carbon economy. Save on commuting and accommodation costs, making climate change education more affordable. 

“It’s my second workshop with Future Green and one may think there might be a bit of repetition – but no, the team constantly refresh their content, keep things up to date and interesting with new activities. Engaging, informative and insightful as always.” – Samantha Chung, B Lab HK & Macau (Growth and Activation Lead)

What’s special about our course? MODULES

What modules are included?

Module 1 – Nature, Climate and Society

The Carbon Literacy Shareable Food Course looks at the broader sustainability picture of the food system using the Planetary Boundaries model. Climate change impacts and solutions are explored alongside areas such as biodiversity loss and land-use change.

Module 2 – The Power of Personal Change

A short section on personal carbon footprints allows employees to understand their opportunities to make sustainable choices, see how this relates to healthy diets, and then extend this awareness to discussions and collaboration around organisational goals.

Module 3 – Farming for our Future

Module 3 looks at agricultural practices. For many in the food and hospitality sector, there has been a tendency to focus on reducing emissions in their own operations, covering scopes 1 and 2. Whilst this reduction is an essential part of a comprehensive net-zero plan, when we look at the full footprint of an organisation, land use and on-farm emissions represent the most significant opportunity for companies to play their part in reaching net zero.

Module 4 – the Environment is our Business

Module 4 looks at key business themes from the Science Based Targets Initiative, to emissions scopes and gives employees the opportunity to select, discuss and brainstorm ideas around the organisation’s carbon hotspots.


My background is in food policy, marketing, and food service. I’m also an enthusiastic Workshopper (AJ&Smart Sprint Method) – a great tool for aligning teams around prioritising challenges. My company Future Green consults with food businesses and runs a membership programme in Hong Kong, supporting over 50 members each month. I also have 5000+ hours of training and workshopping experience to ensure learning is an enjoyable and memorable experience.

In this group program, I’ll help you catalyse action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions both individually and in the workplace. All of this is helping to position you as a climate champion. And I can’t wait to show you how…


During my 25-year career in the sustainability sector, I have gained invaluable experience working with businesses to understand, commit to, and achieve their climate goals.

I founded Lighthouse in 2020 to deliver impactful advice, coaching and training. I began to focus on Carbon Literacy as a tool to build capacity and empower employees in 2021 and have led the team to deliver more than 50 courses and train almost 700 learners to date. Some of those trained include leadership teams from Beko PLC, KBR Inc, Crown Worldwide, Turley and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Fund.

Increasing capacity in the training sector is something I am committed to as this is currently a bottleneck for supporting the population to access climate emergency training. Lighthouse’s recently developed and certified Carbon Literacy Train the Trainer course is testament to this.

Carbon Literacy is an awareness of the carbon costs and impacts of everyday activities and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions on an individual, community and organisation basis. It is the knowledge and capacity required to create a positive shift in how mankind lives, works, and behaves in response to climate change.


By the end of this course, you will be able to…

  • Understand the science of climate change and how it will affect us locally & globally
  • Understand how climate change will affect your business
  • Explore tools relevant to you and your business
  • Be ready to create an action plan for your business – decarbonisation is a team sport!
  • Feel confident to influence others to take action on climate change

What’s special about this open course?

Training content is science based, fun, memorable and engaging!

  • Students create and plan initiatives from their pledges!
  • Interactive knowledge sharing sessions, breakout rooms and quizzes, to embed learnings so you can take climate action now.
  • Heidi, your trainer has over 5000 hours of delivering training to multi-cultural settings.
  • Watch our Youtube webinar to learn more about what to expect.


  • 2x 3.5 hour courses in the space of 1 week with your company 
  • Small groups of up to 12 students per facilitator/trainer
  • Interactive and peer-to-peer learning
  • A visualised and tangible action plan
  • Join an online community to continue the conversation
  • Learn our design thinking tool Plan O Rama to align teams


Homework Pledge Form (30 mins)

You will be assessed on the submitted evidence and you will have 14 days after the course to do this.

Don’t delay otherwise CLP will be upset 😢 If it’s submitted more than 2 months after completion of training, The Project will require supplementary written evidence in the form of a “structured answer paper” for each participant which must be completed by them to demonstrate their Carbon Literacy.

There will be a maximum of 12 participants per facilitator/trainer, with up to 4 from any one business. This course will be delivered online. 

What you will get & pricing

Our Carbon Literacy for the Food Sector Course


To recap, Carbon Literacy for the Food Sector is a new 2 part, 7 hour program where I’ll help you become carbon literate so you can start conversations on sustainability confidently and make changes immediately at home and at work.

When you join, you’ll get…:

  • Module 1 and 2 slide deck and video replay
  • Lifetime access to resources including future updates
  • Private student community

Plus these exclusive bonuses:

  • Bonus: 1 Hour Coaching call x 1 (value £200)

So if this all sounds like it would be a fit for you, I’d love to have you join us. 

If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to email me at hello@futuregreen.global.

I’d love to help you figure out if this program is right for you.

Training Dates
online 2 x 3.5 hours

  • 16 & 18 April 2024 | 9AM-1230PM
  • 18 & 20 June 2024 | 9AM-1230PM
  • 24 & 26 September 2024 | 9AM-1230PM





“It’s my second workshop with Future Green and one may think there might be a bit of repetition – but no, the team constantly refresh their content, keep things up to date and interesting with new activities. Engaging, informative and insightful as always.” – Samantha Chung, B Lab HK & Macau (Growth and Activation Lead)

“Having admired the work Future Green Global has been achieving for some time, I was eager to engage first-hand, and I am happy to say that my already high expectations were exceeded. The course’s clear structure, interactive approach, and personalised touch enriched my professional identity in the F&B Sustainability industry, equipping me with a comprehensive toolkit and knowledge base. The insights into how corporations have successfully navigated sustainability challenges were particularly enlightening for me. This course stands out as an invaluable resource in our climate-conscious era, proving relevant and essential for every professional field, as “every job is a climate job”, and we can all make a difference.” – Andrew Cameron, Enzyme Consulting (CEO & Founder)

“Real eye opener”Mae Tse Jain, DFI Retail Group (Group Head of Product Technology – Food & Non Food)

“The Carbon Literacy Training delivered by Future Green was insightful and inspiring. Heidi is a great trainer and facilitator and I would recommend anyone working in any part of the food system to attend. Time well spent!” – Sarah Inge Parker, Consultant in Sustainability & Behavioural Change

“The CLP training is a good way to upskill employees on sustainability nuances and concepts.” Saffy Jones, Sustainability Manager