10:10 is still going, right?
Absolutely! 10:10 is carrying on into 2011 and beyond.
Is the name changing to 10:11?
We did think about that, but based on overwhelming feedback we've decided to stick with the 10:10 name.
Was last year a success?
We didn't solve climate change (yet!), but yes the 10:10 community achieved a truly amazing amount in its first year. Just before Christmas, we pulled together a report summarising some of the main achievements so far. Seeing it all written down in one place, even we were surprised quite how far we've all come together in a little over a year. Do take a look.
What's the plan now?
More of the same – but bigger and better. 10:10 will still be helping individuals and organisations cut their carbon by 10% in a year as well as creating exciting projects to inspire people from across society to work together to solve climate change.
I/we have done 10:10 for a year. What next?
First of all, send us an update. Whether you're an individual, a school or a giant organisation, we'd love to know what you've been up to so far. Submit your carbon-cutting stories here or see what other people and organisations have been doing. If you're an organisation, you could also use our nifty carbon calculator to tot up your carbon savings – some trailblazers have cut as much as 30% in their first 10:10 year.
Okay, sounds good. And then what?
If you've already done 10:10 for one year, we very much hope you'll stay with us and keep cutting your carbon for another. The closer we can get to 10% year-on-year, the better we'll be able to prove to the world that it's possible to get ourselves on a safer, low-carbon path and to have fun and save money in the process.
Can you give me more help?
Yes! In a few months we will lift the curtain on a seriously brilliant new website to help individuals understand and reduce their carbon footprints. (Organisations will have a wait a bit longer for their version, but we'll make sure we keep everyone busy in the meantime.) There's a sneak peak here. The chap with the pointy head is called Blobman, and we think you're going to like him. If you want to register as a test user for the new site, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.