Very poor grasp of importance of grazing livestock and permanent pasture being better in fact than trees at carbon capture, just copying blindly, please search tff resources
Could have been much shorter git bored half way through waste of time
Although some good points the over use of dubious politicised science ruined what could have been a very good training source. This took away from some very good environmental messages and practical tips most of which I agreed with . Do things because they make good sense which many items did. Theory presented as fact is never a good idea . Came over as poor propaganda rather than good well thought out set of ideas
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Presented as if talking to a 5 year old, very patronising.
Although there was some very good points to this training.... there was also some parts that could have been cut to keep the attention on important parts like plastic & paper waste, reusing items, saving electricity etc.But my biggest issue with the course was the push to make people vegan. A course training employees should not preach about their eating choices.
Very basic test. Didn't like the content which was suggesting everyone should give up meat! Maybe this test would be better targeting supermarkets and their high prices on foods that would be better for the environment.
This Review makes the assumption (unproven) that climate change is totally anthropomorphic (human caused). However data for the past 25 years shows absolutely no global warming. This "Training" isn't so much about training as it is indoctrination
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It is horrendous, there is no next button! I can read the transcript in a fraction of the time it is spoken at me in the video. And if the window logs out, you have to watch that video again!This is a infuriating change from previous courses and I only hope this has been reverted/rectified before I have to do another course like this!Even though I wholehearted agree with the recommended actions, it is patronising, preachy and long winded. Given the 48 minutes it takes to watch the videos and 100,000 people are estimated to take this course this year, that has the net outcome of simply wasting 4,800,000 minutes of time this year.