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In Time for Tomorrow? the Carbon Conversations Handbook by Rosemary Randall and Andy Brown. Guide to individual carbon reduction and how to go about it, including tackling the social, emotional and cultural conflicts. Each member of a Carbon Conversations group needs a copy.
While copies remain available you can order individual copies from this website and multiple copies from who still retain some stock. The pdf will be made available in the UK from October 2017. International organisations may request a copy now by emailing

In Time for Tomorrow? the International Carbon Conversations Handbook by Rosemary Randall and Andy Brown. International version of the above, in both A4 and US/Canada print sizes.
The Carbon Conversations Facilitators’ Guide by Rosemary Randall. Detailed guidance on how to run a group, covering group process, the psychology of climate change, facilitation skills, group activities and outlines for each meeting.
CC facilitators guide.pdf (A4, 67pp)
The Carbon Conversations Workbook by Rosemary Randall and Andy Brown. Workbook for monitoring and recording household carbon emissions. Each group member will need a copy of this.
CC workbook.pdf  (A4, 38pp)
Carbon Calculator, developed by Andy Brown and Peter Harper. Downloadable tool for making a first estimate of individual carbon emissions, using easily available date.
CC 15 tonne calculator r3.0.xlsx 
Online Workbook, developed by Andy Brown and Peter Harper. Spreadsheets for monitoring and recording carbon emissions more accurately, allowing participants to see the reductions they are making during the course of the group and afterwards. 
Monitoring Your Footprint_r3.0.xlsx 
Carbon Conversations Games. Three board games, one modelling home energy, one exploring travel dilemmas and one explaining the emissions from food. These are particularly useful for introducing difficult technical information (Low Carbon House game), discussing contentious policy issues (the Travel Dilemmas game) and explaining the complexity of embodied emissions (Food Footprints game)
Cards for the 'Understanding the Numbers' activity described in the Facilitator's Guide
Understanding the numbers cards.docx
Star Ratings. Explanation of the methodology behind the star ratings used in Carbon Conversations.
Star Ratings explanation.pdf