The Role of Individuals in Avoiding Climate Breakdown
The question “what can individuals do to tackle climate change?” has been debated for decades, and is much more complicated than it might at first appear. This course explains why and helps you map out your own climate strategy.
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Individual Action or Collective Action?
Avoiding climate breakdown requires collective action. But that doesn’t mean that individual action isn’t needed. In fact, everything depends on turning individual actions into collective outcomes.
The course will include learning activities, and access to a comprehensive online e-book created just for course participants!
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About The Course Instructor, Dr. Mark Trexler
Dr. Mark Trexler has more than 30 years of climate change experience and has advised clients around the world on climate change risk and risk management. Mark joined the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC, in 1988, where he worked on the first carbon offset project, the CARE Agroforestry Project in Guatemala, as well as the first studies of nature-based solutions to climate change. He has served as a lead author and editor for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and founded and directed Trexler Climate + Energy Services (TC+ES) from 1991–2007. He was most recently Director of Climate Risk for the global risk management firm of Det Norske Veritas (based in Oslo). He is widely published on climate change topics, particularly those relating to carbon offsets, societal risk, and business risk management. Mark has lived around the world and speaks five languages, and holds advanced degrees from the University of California at Berkeley.
Mark's work on climate change knowledge management is inspired by Carla O'Dell's quote: "If only we knew what we know." The information to solve climate change exists, but it rarely gets to the right person at the right time. The Climatographers want to help change that. We welcome your feedback and ideas, including on courses like this one.