This introductory e-course produced by UN CC Learn contains six modules: Climate Change Science, International Legal and Policy Framework for Climate Change, Climate Change Adaptation, Climate Change Mitigation, Climate Change Finance, Planning for Climate Change.
A reading to learn about the economic analysis of climate change, and various economic policies for climate change adaptation and mitigation.
Teaching modules to learn about climate change science and climate change literature by analyzing and interpreting data and by performing rhetorical analyses of climate change literature.
This e-learning course contains video lectures and exercises based on the use of different models/simulators to explain the science of climate change. Several factors that influence the climate of planet Earth are discussed and the course also includes material related to the “forecast for humans’ impact on Earth’s climate”.
A teaching module to learn about the impacts of climate change on human health, and to discuss climate adaptation and mitigation measures that would reduce these health-related risks.
|A teaching module to learn about climate refugees, specific examples of climate change-related migration, challenges in resettling climate refugees, and actions to help people displaced by climate change.|
Teaching modules to learn about climate justice in the context of the world and in the context of British Columbia (BC).
|A teaching module to understand the two-way relationship between the food system and climate change.|
|A video micro-lecture to understand the topic of food security and learn about the relationship between food production and the climate.|
|Discussion on climate and culture and imagination with writers Amitav Ghosh, Lidia Yuknavitch and visual artist Kambui Olujimi. Audio conversation about global warming as viewed from the perspective of writers and artists.|
|In this audio podcast from the Climate History Podcast, “Professor Dagomar Degroot interviews Professor John McNeill (Georgetown University) about the Anthropocene: the proposed geological epoch in which Earth’s environment is most profoundly shaped by humanity.”|
|This audio podcast discusses how glaciers in the Yukon are responding to climate change. It focuses on changes in the physical characteristics of these glaciers and several methods used by glaciologists to track changes due to climate and weather.|
|Ted McIntyre in conversation with D.R. Tucker discussing public health risks of climate change following the release of ‘The Climate and Health Assessment’ Report from the White House (USA).|
This short audio podcast discusses shifts in bird migration patterns due to climate change. It discusses bird species native to Wisconsin and changes in their migratory patterns.
This reading resource can be used by educators teaching Psychology or Social Sciences to show the psychological dimensions of climate change. It contains six sections that include