The School of Climate Change, under the Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (a Centre for Science and Environment initiative) invites applications for an online training programme on climate change, its science, politics, and impacts. 

Objectives
CSE has been well known for influencing the design of international climate policy since well before such policy was enshrined in formal institutions. Whether it is the landmark paper released in 1991 by Sunita Narain and Anil Agarwal, calling for a decolonisation of carbon budget accounting, or CSE’s commentary on every UN climate meeting since 1992, to our recent analyses of the implications of the US elections for climate action. Through this, and our publications on climate-critical topics, CSE has led the discourse in climate policy for three decades advocating for equity, the principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibilities, and investing in resilient economies for the poor. 

This training programme is open to any civil society member, government official, student, professional or educator looking to understand the key concepts that drive discourse on the science and politics of climate change. The syllabus is based on our recently published book Climate Change: Science and Politics. 

This course will help an individual to make sense of the multiple correlated crises we are facing due to anthropogenic climate change, the political treaties and negotiations that comprise the bulk of our response to these crises, and an understanding of how the responsibility to adopt a low-carbon development path is distributed across nations of varying wealth. 

Course structure and format
Spread over 10 working days, the programme is open to anyone interested in the subject of climate change, and will offer a mix of self-guided reading, two live lectures by renowned experts, a group activity, two individual assignments, and regular Q&A with CSE’s climate change specialists. No prior knowledge of climate change is required. 

The course structure would be as follows:

  • The science and impacts of climate change
  • Emissions
  • International and domestic climate policies
  • Who is responsible?
  • State of climate negotiations

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For more information Please contact the CSE Climate Change Team at climatetraining@cseindia.org



The School of Climate Change, under the Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (a Centre for Science and Environment initiative) invites applications for a new online course on climate change, its science, politics, and impacts. Spread over 10 working days, the course-cum-workshop is open to anyone interested in the subject of climate change, and will offer a mix of self-guided reading, online sessions by key experts, group activities, assignments and individual evaluation.

COURSE CONTENT

  • The science and impacts of climate change
  • Emissions
  • International and domestic climate policies
  • Who is responsible?
  • State of climate negotiations

COURSE FEES
Rs 3,500 per person for Indian participants US $100 for Global participants


For more information Please contact the CSE Climate Change Team at climatetraining@cseindia.org



The School of Climate Change, under the Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (a Centre for Science and Environment initiative) invites applications for a new online course on climate change, its science, politics, and impacts. Spread over 10 working days, the course-cum-workshop is open to anyone interested in the subject of climate change, and will offer a mix of self-guided reading, online sessions by key experts, group activities, assignments and individual evaluation.

COURSE CONTENT

  • The science and impacts of climate change
  • Emissions
  • International and domestic climate policies
  • Who is responsible?
  • State of climate negotiations

COURSE FEES
Rs 3,500 per person for Indian participants US $100 for Global participants


For more information Please contact the CSE Climate Change Team at climatetraining@cseindia.org


The School of Climate Change, under the Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (a Centre for Science and Environment initiative) invites applications for a new online course on climate change, its science, politics, and impacts. Spread over 10 working days, the course-cum-workshop is open to anyone interested in the subject of climate change, and will offer a mix of self-guided reading, online sessions by key experts, group activities, assignments and individual evaluation.

COURSE CONTENT

  • The science and impacts of climate change
  • Emissions
  • International and domestic climate policies
  • Who is responsible?
  • State of climate negotiations

COURSE FEES
Rs 3,500 per person for Indian participants US $100 for Global participants


For more information Please contact the CSE Climate Change Team at climatetraining@cseindia.org


The School of Climate Change, under the Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (a Centre for Science and Environment initiative) invites applications for a new online course on climate change, its science, politics, and impacts. Spread over 10 working days, the course-cum-workshop is open to anyone interested in the subject of climate change, and will offer a mix of self-guided reading, online sessions by key experts, group activities, assignments and individual evaluation.

COURSE CONTENT

  • The science and impacts of climate change
  • Emissions
  • International and domestic climate policies
  • Who is responsible?
  • State of climate negotiations

COURSE FEES
Rs 3,500 per person for Indian participants US $100 for Global participants


For more information Please contact the CSE Climate Change Team at climatetraining@cseindia.org