Investigate the impact of climate change, the research being done to tackle it, and what you can do to take meaningful action.

The impacts of climate change are being felt worldwide and across many areas of life. This includes our food, our physical and mental health, where and how we live, wildlife and environmental systems, and political direction.

On this two-week course, you’ll explore how climate change affects different people and places in varying ways and how we, and our world leaders, can take action.

The course will launch on September 13th 2021 and is completely free. The course has been designed for an 16-18 audience, however it is open to anyone from around the world who wants to learn more about the impact of climate change. The course has been designed by two undergraduate students, Emily Woodall (German Studies) and Nick Mitchell (Climate and Meteorology) in collaboration with Dr Luisa Ciampi from the Walker Institute.