Certificate of Achievement

Peter O'Brien

has completed the following course:

Making Climate Adaptation Happen: Governing Transformation Strategies for Climate Change

University of Groningen and Global Center on Adaptation

This online course introduced climate adaptation governance by exploring global, regional, national and local perspectives in its decision-making and implementation. The course covered diverse topics including evidence and effects of climate change, governance strategies for climate adaptation, finance options and the implementation of nature-based solutions.

4 weeks, 4 hours per week

Hellen L. A. Dawo

PhD Researcher

University of Groningen

73%
overall score

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Describe the natural science background of climate impacts and climate adaptation based on scientific facts and terminology.
  • Summarise the historical development of the global governance architecture for climate adaptation.
  • Identify relevant governance and social science theories in the context of climate adaptation.
  • Reflect on the role of international climate finance for climate adaptation.
  • Assess climate adaptation governance from an integrated and global vantage point.

Syllabus

  • Climate science and controversies
  • Climate adaptation governance
  • Climate finance
  • Nature-based solutions

Issued on 27th April 2023

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Free online course:

Making Climate Adaptation Happen: Governing Transformation Strategies for Climate Change

University of Groningen