On Wednesday 19th of April we gathered at Todmorden College for the third workshop in this series to talk about the relationship between retrofit and making our homes more able to withstand and recover from flooding events. Our colleague Helen took the group of attendees through the various building-level impacts of flooding, in particular the … Read more
On a snowy Saturday morning in Todmorden, residents got together to learn how to make their homes more airtight! The session hosted by Carbon Co-op, is the second of a four-part series of workshops as a part of Retrofit Calderdale. We started off by spending some time navigating our way through the relationship between draughtproofing … Read more
So climate change is something that we obviously all know about, but it also is such a big and wicked problem, it can be hard to grasp and quite difficult to talk about. Join us for episode 2 as we try to understand climate change with our ears, guts and hearts. Featuring spoken word poetry, the concept of climate justice, chilli plants, a cycling imam and strangely a lot of hope.
In order to improve your home's energy usage it's essential to understand how you currently use energy and which measures will help reduce that figure. Delivered by assessment experts, our householder energy survey profiles your home in detail. Carbon Co-op offer household energy surveys, enabling residents to get detailed technical information about their home's energy … Read more
Once a month, we put your household energy efficiency questions to specialists, architects and engineers. The sessions are streamed live and videos archived for later viewing. Just one of the benefits open exclusively to Carbon Co-op members. For more information and to sign up for Carbon Co-op visit our membership page: