A self-paced course that encourages you to critically examine the human role in climate change. This course allows learners to explore diverse viewpoints and engage with complex debates. It's designed for flexibility, enabling learners to choose topics and exercises based on their interests and time availability.
This engaging, individual learning experience focuses on the acclaimed 2006 documentary, An Inconvenient Truth. This course guides you through a critical documentary analysis, highlighting its impact on the climate change discourse. You'll delve into the historical and current perspectives on climate change, reflecting on the documentary's influence and relevance in today's world. Through viewing, reflective exercises, and essay writing, you'll deepen your understanding of the climate crisis and its communication.
This course explores the intricate world of nuclear energy. Designed for self-paced study, this course allows you to dive deep into the role and impact of nuclear energy in our efforts towards sustainability. Through interactive multimedia content, including podcasts, videos, and thought-provoking exercises, you'll gain a detailed understanding of nuclear energy's principles, its environmental implications, and its place in the global energy landscape.
This course delves into the challenges of collective action in climate change mitigation. It explains why individual or single-country efforts can seem inconsequential and addresses the mentality that can hinder global cooperative action. Through examples and exercises, you’ll explore how individual actions matter and the importance of trust and responsibility in collective efforts.