The UK is now committed, in law, to become carbon neutral by 2050.

This workshop will provide an insight into the science and impact of climate change on human societies and ecosystems. It highlights the massive and rapid societal change needed to keep 1.5 degrees of temperature rise, as well as explore and critique actions taken by society to combat the crisis, helping participants to reflect on how they can contribute.

Who is it for?

Everyone has a role to play in tackling climate change, and so this course will be relevant to anyone - whether in a work or personal capacity. It will be of particular interest to those wanting to change their own, or their organisation's, working practices to reduce the negative impact on the environment.

What will participants learn?

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the science of climate change and consider the impact it has on ecosystems and human societies
  • Recognise climate justice and the geographical implications of climate change
  • Explain some of the actions taken by society to combat the crisis and the interplay between them
  • Identify further action they, or their organisation, can take

How will participants learn?

The workshop takes an active learning approach, allowing participants to engage in group discussions and reflective activities to enhance learning and generate further thinking. Learners will be encouraged to think about climate change in relation to their own personal and working practices, with a view to making positive changes.


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