China’s Perspective on Climate Change|应对气候变化的中国视角

本课程的内容可以向国际社会彰显中国应对气候变化的立场、政策和行动及其成效。This course hosted at EdX learning platform helps to understand China’s perspectives, policies, actions and effects on global climate changes to the international community.

Data Storytelling Studio: Climate Change

This course hosted at MIT Open Course Ware explores visualization methodologies to conceive and represent systems and data, e.g., financial, media, economic, political, etc., with a particular focus on climate change data. The course is useful not only for Media and Communication Studies but also for Computer Science, and Statistics disciplines. 

Is There a Trend in Hurricane Intensity?

This laboratory activity allows a student to explore trends in hurricane intensity, the possible impact of climate change on hurricanes, and understanding uncertainty in trends. This tool can be used as an aid to teach topics such as Data Analysis, Linear Slope,Confidence Interval, Student’s t-distribution, and Standard Deviation in Statistics.

Cli-Fi: Climate Science in Literary Texts

“This module addresses both aspects of climate literacy: understanding of climate science through data analysis and interpretation, and understanding of literary tools and techniques through which climate science is portrayed. The module is designed to be completed in introductory natural science classes where literature is not typically included as well as in humanities classes where climate change science is not normally addressed.” (quoted from https://serc.carleton.edu/integrate/teaching_materials/climate_fact/index.html)

Global Warming I: The Science and Modeling of Climate Change

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”.