14 March – Winton Evers – Calculating, reducing and offsetting your footprint

Join us to hear Winton Evers present “Calculating your carbon footprint and identifying ways to reduce and offset it – an introduction”.

Sat 14th March 2020 – at 2 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 1.30 pm SA, | 1 pm QLD | 12.30 pm NT | 11 am WA


Winton Evers
M.Sc major in Climate Change & Sustainable Resource Management, B.Comm, Cert IV Carbon Management, Cert IV TAE, ecoprofit.com.au

Winton is an experienced professional with an long history working in carbon and energy management. He has been developing and managing leading edge projects to benefit the environment, local communities and business profitability. He specialises in eco education for businesses and households on subjects such as sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, environmental issues and behavioural change to mitigate against and adapt to climate change. 

How to attend – at a meeting or on-line

Join the meeting directly online via Zoom.us  or at a local CCL Australia group meeting, contact us at info@ccl.org.au to find a meeting near you. Members and friends are all welcome.

You can connect to our videoconferencing channel from nearly any desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone; with internet access: https://citizensclimate.zoom.us/j/3920795005

Sometimes it works better with headphones and microphone – like your phone earphones (especially if you have a lot of background sounds) but it can often work well with just the camera, mic and speakers on your laptop or desktop computer. Zoom can help you test your setup before you start on the confernence call.

You can also connect by phone for sound only: 02 8015 2088 then enter the Meeting id: 392 079 5005 # . It will ask for a participant id – dont worry just press # again.

It’s best to keep your microphone muted unless you are wanting to talk, so your background sounds don’t add noise to the discussion. Zoom muting can be controlled by you or by the meeting manager. Controls to mute/unmute are in the bottom left of the screen. Phones can also be set to mute independently.

Experiment with the different screen views using the controls in the top right of the window. My preference is the grid view where you can see everyone.

We often record meetings when we have guest speakers, to share with others later – please let us know if there is anything you say or show that you would prefer not recorded.

Note: If you need to improve your audio/video quality, try downloading the Zoom app, and if required close other applications and web browser windows.

Sat 14th March 2020 – at 2 pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 1.30 pm SA, | 1 pm QLD | 12.30 pm NT | 11 am WA

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