Group info
More info

New training course 'Pathways to climate change adaptation: the case of Small Island Developing States'

This free online course by the University of Geneva provides an overview of climate change adaptation for the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) with a focus on the environmental perspective. It will present the key concepts regarding the issues of adaptation to climate change and the methodological tools needed to analyse challenges faced by SIDS, in order to propose sustainable solutions.

Get started with the training here.

Other interesting training courses include:

Turn Down the Heat: Why a 4°C Warmer World Must be Avoided

Climate Change in Four Dimensions

Global Warming: The Science and Modeling of Climate Change


Hi everybody,

To further add to the interesting training courses suggested by Fannie, here are two other links :

A MOOC on Disasters and Ecosystems : Resilience in a Changing Climate (Concept of Ecosystem based Adaptation). It's available for free on iversity. It started this monday and inscription are still possible until end of January 2015.

A platform on conservation trainings which includes several modules related to climate change:  

If anyone has other online courses to recommend I would be glad they share them here ;)



Hello and thank you Fannie for indicating that course.


Besides the Turn down the Heat  mentioned above, that I was a good way to read the report from the WB, I followed (and enjoyed) last year two short courses on sustainability with strong chapters on/relation to climate change :

- Introduction to sustainability (DR. Jonathna tomkin, university of Illinois, 8 weeks) :

- The Age of Sustainable Development (Dr. J. Sachs, University of Columbia, 14 weeks):

For MOOC , beisdes the platforms already mentioned, I also consult the Fun platform (courses in French) :


Responsibility for the information and views set out in this post lies entirely with the author's.

Register or log in to comment

Info posted by

Fannie Delavelle
13 January 2015

Do more through capacity4dev