As climate-change is directly increasing poverty and inequalities, it is important for every organization to reduce its own greenhouse gas emissions. The aim of this online course is twofold: (1) creating understanding on why organisations (specifically Civil Society Organisations) must reduce their emissions and (2) providing useful tools and tips to reduce offices’ emissions.
The CARE Climate and Resilience Academy offers short, free online courses ranging from 1 to 2 hours to acquire knowledge on climate change and resilience.
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Increasing Resilience is one of the three elements of CARE’s integrated approach, and is key to address the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice. This course will help you get a better understanding of CARE’s Increasing Resilience approach and how to assess resilience integration with the help of CARE’s Resilience Marker.
Climate vulnerability assessment is a key good practice used to develop and implement successful climate-sensitive policies, plans or programs. CARE developed a series of 3 short courses that focus on the tool that CARE staff use for those assessments: the CVCA. Take this one to get a better understanding of the basics of the CVCA.
Climate change is the biggest threat of our time. But what exactly is climate change, why are we talking about a climate crisis and what is causing it? What are the effects of climate change and how is it preventing the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals? This first introduction course will answer these questions making you familiar with the concept of climate justice.
You want to know the differences between adaptation and mitigation but also the history and role of climate policies? This second introduction course aims to give you key information about the responses needed to address the climate crisis as well as some background information on the main climate change policy frameworks.