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If you are interested in the topic of sustainability and want to be a change agent when it comes to climate change, take a look at these suggestions of online courses and get started.
The climate crisis has a lot going for it, and these digital classrooms are the perfect tools to learn from the best from the comfort of our home. We show you 6 free courses, most of them promoted by the United Nations learning platform, that lead you to discover the different layers of sustainability and climate action.
1. The SDG Academy’s Feeding a Hungry Planet: Agriculture, Nutrition and Sustainability course explores food security issues, and is the perfect place to learn about the foundations of a sustainable food system.
2. Through the Food Waste Prevention course you can learn more about the impact of food waste on the climate crisis. The ultimate intent will be to learn about the best ways to reduce that same waste.
3. The course An Introduction to Climate Change and Human Rights serves as an introduction to
how climate change undermines respect for human rights. This course focuses on the adaptation measures that will need to be implemented to minimize the attacks on human rights catapulted by climate change.
4. Youth & the Sustainable Development Goals is a course that highlights the need
to train the younger generation to become agents capable of putting into practice the sustainable development goals suggested by the United Nations. The participants will be able to learn more about the scope of each of these
goals and how each is linked to the mission of climate justice.
5. As the name implies, the Cities and Climate Change course focuses on the
central role that cities play in figthing climate change. Starting
by understanding that a large part of the global population lives in urban areas, it is relevant to learn more about the challenges imposed on these areas and the solutions they may offer. The ultimate goal is to understand how to relate urban area planning to a climate agenda.
6. The Open Online Course on Gender and Environment is the digital classroom class where
you can understand the relationship between the climate crisis and gender inequality. This course focuses on how the climate crisis can deepen
gender inequalities and above all how to create political and social agendas capable of responding to these inequalities. At the end, the participant will come out better able to be an agent for promoting gender equality in the context of the climate crisis.
Leonor (better known as Nônô) inherited the taste for nature from her paternal grandfather, who used to carry seeds in his pockets to plant them when the time was right. She founded the Environmentalist Nucleus at the University where she graduated, was involved in civil disobedience movements for climate justice, and studied in London where she tasted the best veggie burger she knows to date. She pursued a master’s degree in Political Science and International Relations because it is an area she considers key to create a paradigm for climate justice. She went to Paris to deepen her knowledge in sustainability and later to write a thesis in the same area. Proud of her pots of mint and basil, an avid reader, a fan of afternoons spent around the table, an apologist for simplicity. She suspects she would be happy with a vegetable garden and a profession associated with sustainability and human rights.
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