The Animal Agriculture and Climate Change online certification course provides an in-depth understanding of the relationship between animal agriculture and climate change, both nationally and regionally, right from your office or home at the beginning of every month
This free course helps us understand how climate change is affecting agriculture and our food security – and what can be done
This course provides the necessary knowledge to design, develop and implement agricultural projects and programmes that address the challenges of a changing climate
This course engages participants with cutting-edge science in exploring questions about the intersection of climate change and water management in the West of the United States
This Programme consists of a series of 4 short courses aimed at building the capacity of professionals as well as upper-level students in the water sector. The free online courses will provide knowledge and concepts necessary to manage water resources and risk related to climate change and variability
This short module looks at how increasing temperatures due to climate change have affected sea level rise and what effects scientist expect in the future, given rising greenhouse gas emissions
This course provides an understanding of a watershed as the local environment in which people’s actions and decisions play against the background of daily and seasonal weather to affect the quality and health of the local watershed in which they live, as well as the larger system of watersheds of which their watershed is one part.
This course is designed to give teachers confidence, through a series of six-day programmes, to help young people understand the causes and consequences of climate change today
Engineering is not always included in grades 6-12 science curricula, but this module introduces an approach to expose students to the excitement of engineering challenges and careers, in the context of climate change science explorations and green energy challenges
This online, facilitated course is designed for high-school educators wishing to teach global climate change using an inquiry/problem-based approach. The course focuses on evidence that supports global climate change and how to use NASA data and resources to help high-school students discover mitigations or adaptations to climate change
A free, comprehensive, interdisciplinary, multimedia resource for educators on Climate Change. This includes links to on-line courses, articles and other resources for educators
Learning pathways to help educators uncover key concepts and authentic data from the National Climate Assessments. Educational resources for each region of the United States, tied to the National Climate Assessment’s key findings have been assembled and posted on NOAA’s teaching climate webpages
Covering Climate Change is intended for journalists from all countries and beats, regardless of medium. Geared toward the non-environment reporter, this course covers all the basics needed to report on climate change with accuracy, depth and nuance
In this course, you’ll learn how to tackle stories, translate scientific jargon and find the best sources for your stories. This course will help you gain a deeper understanding of the field of environmental journalism–its past, present and future
This course provides a basic overview of climate change science and answers to questions about climate change commonly asked by television viewers, including: What changes climate?Is climate change real?Why should we care? How sure are scientists?andWhat next?
Stephen F. Austin University (SFA) is piloting a year-long series of online courses, Science and the Public Interface, centered on the topic of effective communication of controversial science (such as evolution, climate change, nanotechnology, stem cell therapy, etc)
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