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|Main subject||Climate Change and Sustainability|
|Estimated effort||24 hours|
In their efforts to implement a climate agenda, relevant stakeholders must know in depth the theory and concepts behind the global and regional agreements and plans proposed to mitigate and/or adapt to the effects of climate change. The following introductory notes provide the contextual background for this course. Participants are encouraged to review these concepts, especially if involved in the promotion of government or civil society-led climate actions that seek to support the transition to resilient, carbon-neutral economies.
This online self-paced course and congratulations for taking the opportunity to embark on this unique training experience. Over the following weeks, you will review the learning material and complete the assessments at your own pace. The objective is to make you reflect, associate and/or apply new knowledge to the concepts you may have learned during previous trainings and/or to your experience regarding citizen participation in addressing the challenges and problems of climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The course requires approximately 24 hours of work distributed along its 6 weeks duration. The weekly workload will therefore be between 3 and 5 hours.
This course is targeted at citizens and representatives from civil society organizations as well as local, provincial and national government officials and private sector individuals involved in or wishing to participate in climate agenda initiatives in their countries. Accordingly, participants should preferably:
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Upon completion of the INDES online course, participants receive a certificate according to the following conditions:
Module 1. Information
Module 2. Dialogue
Module 3. Consultation
Module 4. Collaboration
Module 5. Partnership