Book Title: Climate Change Adaptation Fundamentals
Book Description: This is an open online course that has been designed to help professionals working across multiple disciplines bring a climate change adaptation lens to their current and future projects.
This course has been designed to help professionals working across multiple disciplines bring a climate change adaptation lens to their current and future projects. It’s structured in four modules, that cover:
- what the current climate change situation is, including the latest science and scenarios;
- why climate change matters to professionals and planners, in terms of risk and impact;
- what we can do about it, through examples and methods of adaptation, and;
- how to bring adaptation tools, data and processes into your work, with a practice project.
This course is part of the Adaptation Learning Network led by the Resilience by Design Lab at Royal Roads University. The project is supported by the Climate Action Secretariat of the BC Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy and Natural Resources Canada through its Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) program. The BRACE program works with Canadian provinces to support training activities that help build skills and expertise on climate adaptation and resilience.
Climate Change Adaptation Fundamentals by Stewart Cohen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.