Your Climate Change PhD: A Climate Web 303 Masterclass

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About Your Climate Change PhD: A Climate Web 303 Masterclass

Albert Einstein said: “if I had an hour to solve a problem, I’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and five minutes thinking about solutions.” With Your Climate Change PhD you can explore topics from the science and psychology of climate change to the many climate solutions being discussed, and from how to best communicate climate change to the role of individuals in tackling climate change. Your Climate Change PhD is a combination of guidebook and personal knowledge management tool for leveraging the Climate Web, representing 15,000 hours of climate knowledge curation by climate experts, not an AI. Always being updated, it’s like having your own climate change research assistant to track hundreds of climate topics so that you can find and access the actionable knowledge you need when you need it.

To better understand the scope and value of Your Climate Change Phd, you have free access to all the Module introductions below, as well as all of the lessons in Module 1.

About the Instructor

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The Climatographers have been working on climate change in a variety of research, teaching, advisory, and other capacities for than 30 years, since Mark Trexler started working on the first carbon offsets and nature-based solutions to climate change at the World Resources Institute. Later he continued that work with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The Climatographers’ Mark Trexler and Laura Kosloff founded the first specialized U.S. climate risk consultancy in 1991, authored the first climate risk textbook in 2011, and founded the Climatographers in 2012 with the goal of facilitating access to actionable climate knowledge through knowledge management solutions like the Climate Web.

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