Climate Emergency: Feedback Loops

Further your career in resilient landscapes management

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Enroll by 06 July 2023

About this program

Twelve renown climate scientists come together to create five short films to explain why natural warming loops are alarming, and why we may have less time than we think.

The five short films were turned into a one-hour film for broadcast television called Earth Emergency, which aired on PBS in December 2021 and April 2022. This film was featured at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow under the aegis of HRH the Prince of Wales. Earth Emergency was also presented to the U.K. House of Commons with Caroline Lucas, former head of the Green Party, and was featured in a series of webinars by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

Additional free educational materials are available here: https://feedbackloopsclimate.com/educational-materials/

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   Location : Online
Institution : Northeastern University
Topics: : Climate change
Level: : Beginner
Price: : Free

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At the Global Landscapes Forum, we believe that learning is the foundation of long-lasting change. Through collaborative learning among diverse stakeholders, conflicts can be mediated and solved, and innovative solutions to global challenges can be created. For professionals currently working in their landscapes or landscapes around the world, we help them understand landscape approaches and how to operationalize them within their own contexts.

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