The Climate Web is a large knowledge resource. It is open access — but you may not have the time or inclination to work through pulling all pieces together when it comes to key climate change topics. That’s why we are developing a series of courses using the Climate Web’s capabilities. Our courses pull together information that can provide insight for climate change decision-making in a form that makes it easy to access, including:
- The key points for understanding a topic
- A reflection of the range of thinking on a topic
- Key uncertainties affecting relevant decision-making
Our courses use short videos and other resources. The buttons below reflect some of our current courses. Click through to their respective pages for more information on any particular course. We’ve even got a course on learning how to use the Climate Web — check out our Plugging Into the Climate Web series.
We can also develop similar courses customized to a particular sector’s or decision-maker’s needs. Contact us for more information.
Systemic Risk and Climate Change. This course uses the Climate Web to explore the topic of systemic climate risk, which may turn into the elephant in the room for business climate risk management. This course will introduce you to the key thinking of experts working on systemic climate risk, and learn how to dig deeper into the topic in the Climate Web if you wish. Our Hands On version of the course lets you explore the materials you see in the videos, and much more.
Sea Levels and Real Estate: Mouse or Elephant in Your Living Room. This course uses the Climate Web to explore the topic of sea level rise as it relates to real estate values, insurance, and more. Our Hands On version of the course lets you explore the materials you see in the video, and much more.