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Workshops and short courses
Date: May 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th
Cost: $25.00 for series
This on-line series is for emerging climate action leaders who will explore a solutions-oriented and creative communications approach to climate action. The series is offered over four sessions in May, once a week. Participants will learn through cases of projects at the frontlines of GHG emissions reduction in transportation, energy conservation, waste reduction and green infrastructure. They will learn what engagement strategies work, how the project narratives are shaped and reflect on lessons for their own community-based climate action. Resource materials will be provided for each session.
Date: Feb 15, 2021 to May 9, 2021
Cost: Early bird registration before January 15, 2021 - $349.00
Regular Cost: $399.00 (Early bird: Register by January 14, 2021 for $349.00 + GST)
Duration: twelve weeks, 30 Hours
This 30 hour (over twelve weeks) online course is for policy makers, professionals, and students seeking to understand green infrastructure (GI) and its potential for managing the impacts of urbanization and climate change. The aim of the course is to foster a network of professionals engaged with the challenges and opportunities of blending nature and infrastructure.
Green infrastructure and related nature-based solutions are gaining widespread support as effective components of healthy city building as well as climate adaptation strategies. The course provides an overview of how GI systems work, the ecosystem services they can provide, and how they can be employed effectively.
The course has four parts that together provide a substantive overview of the current green infrastructure policy, design, and practice and the associated challenges and opportunities.