We all want to play a part in tackling the climate crisis – especially children and students – so we have an ambitious plan to help all UK schools become zero carbon by 2030, signalling the way forward for the UK and empowering a generation fired up to do their part to save the world and become Zero Heroes.
The LESS CO2 dinner, hosted by BBC’s Chief Environment Correspondent Justin Rowlatt, will give you the opportunity to meet teachers and students and hear how participating in Ashden’s LESS CO2 programme helped them become more sustainable.
After a delicious vegetarian meal bid in a live auction with Christie’s Head of Pictures, Nick Martineau, for a range of exciting lots, including a private Safari at the innovative Knepp Wildland Project, an exclusive drumming lesson with Jason Cooper of The Cure and a week’s stay in a luxury apartment in Verbier.
All proceeds go towards supporting Ashden’s ambitious goal to help all UK schools reach zero carbon by 2030.
We do hope you can join us, but if you can’t and still would like to support this great initiative please visit our website to donate.