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Sustainable Living

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ABOUT THIS COURSE


With greenhouse gas emissions at an all-time high and plastic clogging up our oceans, there is no better time than now to start living a greener lifestyle.

Through our Sustainable Living course, you will discover how to easily reduce your waste without spending an arm and a leg on expensive alternatives or sacrificing the things you love.

 

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

With our sustainable living tips, you will learn how to:

  • Incorporate easy, affordable and eco-friendly swaps into your everyday life

  • Shop ecologically in a supermarket, including how to find and make delicious sustainable alternatives to your favorite meals and limit food waste

  • Navigate recycling and replace plastic in your daily routine

  • Avoid fast fashion, dress sustainably and find great second-hand clothing

 

  • Anyone interested in learning how to live more sustainably 

  • Everyone searching for simple ways to start reducing their carbon footprint

  • All business owners looking to make their company more environmentally friendly

 

Add new knowledge and abilities to your skillset to bolster your resume and help you stand out among your competition.

Trendimi courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

Module 01: Introduction
  • 1.1 Meet a zero waster
  • 1.2 Course overview
  • 1.3 An overview of sustainable lifestyles
  • 1.4 Navigating sustainability
  • 1.5 Looking for perfection
Module 02: Plastic And Recycling
  • 2.1 The plastic issue
  • 2.2 Plastic in nature
  • 2.3 Easy alternatives to plastic
  • 2.4 Typical recycling problems
  • 2.5 The problem with landfills
Module 03: The Impact Of Food
  • 3.1 Our relationship with supermarkets
  • 3.2 Avoiding food waste
  • 3.3 Animal agriculture and its problems
  • 3.4 Palm oil and other unsustainable plants
  • 3.5 Do boycotts work
Module 04: Sustainability At Home
  • 4.1 Sustainable special occasions
  • 4.2 Construction, fuel and energy
  • 4.3 Where waste comes from
  • 4.4 When you live with others
  • 4.5 The impact of electronics
Module 05: Green Clothing And Second-hand Shopping
  • 5.1 An introduction to fast fashion
  • 5.2 How to dress sustainably
  • 5.3 Natural versus sustainable materials
  • 5.4 A guide to second-hand shopping
  • 5.5 How to find truly sustainable companies

RECEIVE YOUR CERTIFICATE IN 4 SIMPLE STEPS

Step 1

Register

Follow the easy peasy enrollment process

Step 2

Study

Absorb and remember course content with our easy-to-follow, structured information and helpful illustrations. And yes - you can study anywhere, anytime, from any device

Step 3

Evaluations

Reinforce your learning with quizzes at the end of each module

Step 4

Certification

Once you’ve successfully completed your course and passed the exams, you’ll receive your certification. Congratulations on your amazing achievement!

MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

Gittemarie Johansen

Gittemarie Johansen is a full-time sustainability advocate, writer, and lecturer. She has a degree in English and Culture, but has been working with sustainability and activism for more than five years. She uses social media to show how she lives her daily life as a zero waster and creates content that makes it easy for you to do the same. She also works closely with many organizations and NGOs to advocate for social issues and to push the sustainable agenda in the political discourse. She uses her online platforms to dismantle myths about plastic and pollution, and to deconstruct sustainability in a manner that makes it simpler for the everyday consumer to make those green transitions.

MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

Gittemarie Johansen

Gittemarie Johansen is a full-time sustainability advocate, writer, and lecturer. She has a degree in English and Culture, but has been working with sustainability and activism for more than five years. She uses social media to show how she lives her daily life as a zero waster and creates content that makes it easy for you to do the same. She also works closely with many organizations and NGOs to advocate for social issues and to push the sustainable agenda in the political discourse. She uses her online platforms to dismantle myths about plastic and pollution, and to deconstruct sustainability in a manner that makes it simpler for the everyday consumer to make those green transitions.

Module 1: Introduction
  • 1.1 Meet a zero waster
  • 1.2 Course overview
  • 1.3 An overview of sustainable lifestyles
  • 1.4 Navigating sustainability
  • 1.5 Looking for perfection
Module 2: Plastic And Recycling
  • 2.1 The plastic issue
  • 2.2 Plastic in nature
  • 2.3 Easy alternatives to plastic
  • 2.4 Typical recycling problems
  • 2.5 The problem with landfills
Module 3: The Impact Of Food
  • 3.1 Our relationship with supermarkets
  • 3.2 Avoiding food waste
  • 3.3 Animal agriculture and its problems
  • 3.4 Palm oil and other unsustainable plants
  • 3.5 Do boycotts work
Module 4: Sustainability At Home
  • 4.1 Sustainable special occasions
  • 4.2 Construction, fuel and energy
  • 4.3 Where waste comes from
  • 4.4 When you live with others
  • 4.5 The impact of electronics
Module 5: Green Clothing And Second-hand Shopping
  • 5.1 An introduction to fast fashion
  • 5.2 How to dress sustainably
  • 5.3 Natural versus sustainable materials
  • 5.4 A guide to second-hand shopping
  • 5.5 How to find truly sustainable companies
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  • 24/7 Access
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