Health & Climate Change

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How climate change affects human health

Requirements

  • Be smart and communicative ;-)

Description

A course for Climate Tracker alumni to learn how climate change affects health and what can we do to adapt to this new reality. The idea of the course is to provide information and content to be used in in-person trainings. This course is part of a larger Climate Tracker program called Train-the-trainer.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is targeted to Climate Tracker alumni

Course content

1 section5 lectures1h 4m total length
  • Introduction
    06:15
  • Adaptation
    06:24
  • Short video
    04:37
  • Health in the climate negotiations
    00:32
  • We need to add something here to have 5 lectures
    46:15

Instructor

Non-profit organization
Climate Tracker
  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
  • 141 Reviews
  • 4,428 Students
  • 3 Courses

Since 2015 we have delivered cutting edge training, innovative media campaigns, and brought incredibly talented teams of young reporters to the UN climate negotiations.


We have delivered in-person trainings in more than 30 countries, hundreds of online webinars, and awarded travel scholarships to more than 350 young journalists.

We have run participatory media research in over 20 different countries, and are developing a unique data-analytics tool to give journalists the best possible chance to “cut through” national debates.

These young journalists have published more than 6000 articles in their national media, covering more than 114 countries and 24 languages.

We have supported young journalists from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, Costa Rica to Fiji. More than 90% of our opportunities have gone to young people from developing countries who can make big impacts in their national media. If you are a first time writer or a seasoned journalist, this is your chance to win a career-changing opportunity.

More than 60% of our awarded trackers have been women. Our global team is over 75% women.