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By looking at air quality, nutrition, infectious diseases, and human migration, this course will show you how increases in greenhouse gases impact public health. - Enroll
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This course investigates the use of water by humans across the globe. Climate change is rapidly affecting our understanding of current water resources. - Enroll
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Geared towards professionals working in financial markets, this course provides a solid introduction to the financial risks and opportunities arising from man-made climate change. - Enroll
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This course offers a better understanding of climate change, its impacts on the quality and quantity of water in mountain regions and the risks related to changing water resources. - Enroll
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This course challenges you to consider how one might lift societies out of poverty while also mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. - Enroll
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Each part of the world faces specific vulnerabilities to climate change and has different opportunities to mitigate the effects and build resilience in the 21st century. With the ratification of the Paris Agreement, many countries have acceded to act in combatting climate change. - Enroll

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This course introduces the theme of children and climate change, with the aim to provide a children’s perspective to the discussions on how to deal with this global crisis. - Enroll
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In this nanocourse on SDG 13 – Climate Action – you will get a holistic and global understanding of climate change and its origin story, its effect on different economies and individuals, as well as ways to take action against climate change on an individual, community and institutional level. - Access here

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The FAO elearning Academy supports Member Countries, through capacity development interventions and e-learning courses. - Browse the course catalogue

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Climate Interactive is an independent, not-for-profit think-tank that grew out of MIT Sloan in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Based on a long tradition of system dynamics modeling, their simulations and insights help people see connections, play out scenarios, and see what works to address climate change, inequity, and related issues like energy, health, and food. - Explore trainings