Climate Emergency Training for Biodiversity and Nature
Have you ever wondered how nature will respond to the Climate Emergency?
Do you want to understand how your actions can make a positive difference to the natural world and protect the plants and animals that make Scotland an amazing place to live?
Our new training highlights the link between climate change and the biodiversity crisis, exploring how organisations and individuals can lower emissions to protect nature through low carbon behaviours and nature-based solutions.
Our training helps you:
- Understand the science of climate change
- Understand how you and your organisation will be impacted by climate change
- Identify the environmental services supplied by biodiversity
- Recognise practical actions that you, your organisation and community can take to reduce emissions and ensure we protect our natural capital
In our newly certified Climate Emergency and Biodiversity modules we explore the science behind the Climate Emergency and the value of Biodiversity. You’ll learn about the driving causes of these twin problems and the power you have combat them.
The training is split into 4 modules over two weeks. Each week has two modules delivered in 2.5 hour live sessions, supported by self-study activities.
- Module 1: An introduction to climate change and biodiversity
- Module 2: Climate Impacts and adaptation
- Module 3: Reducing emissions (mitigation)
- Module 4: Climate action and communication
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone interested in the science behind climate change and biodiversity loss and the actions we can take to ensure a vibrant Scotland for future generations and wildlife. Individuals and groups are welcome. The course is accredited to meet the Carbon Literacy Standard by the Carbon Literacy Project and successful participants will receive a Carbon Literacy certificate.
Please get in touch with Katie Murray via the details below.