Climate change is the biggest threat of our time. But what exactly is climate change, and what is causing it ? What are the effects of climate change and how is it preventing the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals ? What is the link between climate change and gender ? This course will answer these questions, making you familiar with the concept of climate justice, climate mitigation and adaptation.
The CARE Climate and Resilience Academy offers two types of courses:
(1) Short, free online courses ranging from 1 to 2 hours to acquire knowledge on climate change and resilience. You can already access an introduction course on climate change, a course on how to make your organization more climate-smart, and a course on increasing resilience.
(2) 1-year paid learning journeys for CARE staff that combine e-learning and coaching to apply their acquired learning on climate and resilience to their projects. The first learning journey on climate change adaptation started in October 2019.
Ready to learn more about climate change and resilience? Access all courses below.
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.
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.
This 1-year interactive course on Climate Change Adaptation combines online courses, peer to peer exchanges and coaching to change your training experience into a learning journey. It will help you increase your knowledge on climate change adaptation and help you get a better understanding of how to put CARE’s main climate change adaptation approaches into practice at the community level. The first CCA learning journey started in October 2019. The next journey will be launched in September 2020.