(APPLY BY 15 NOV) The course is designed for 15 journalists across the Global South who are dedicated to shedding light on the profound effects of the climate crisis within their home countries. At the end of the program, participants will produce a compelling short documentary spotlighting the impact of the climate crisis.
In this 45 minute course, you'll learn how to verify content and claims about climate change, we'll talk about "greenwashing", see what content is not verifiable, identify some types of misinformation and which sources to use.
This MOOC helps journalists in East Africa understand the science behind thecauses of climate change, how international organizations and communities are responding to it and how journalistscan cover it effectively for your audience. The course is free and available in English, French, Swahili and Somali.
Picture the Change is designed to help creative artists learn the art and science of climate storytelling. The course includes live sessions with a cohort of artists from around the world, lectures with leading climate experts, and the opportunity to develop and showcase new work.
The course provides a unique proven framework to help brands and businesses craft credible and impact-driven sustainability communications in order to deliver campaigns and strategies that are relevant to consumer and planet needs.
The workshops are designed with climate action and climate justice in mind and cover storytelling skills, podcasting, audio walking tours, writing and short film. They can be customised to fit with your organisation’s needs and can be delivered online or face-to-face. This training can help your organisation find and tell your own climate action story.
‘C4C’ facilitators are trained to run Climate Conversations in people’s homes, community organisations and online. These Conversations are part presentation, part facilitated discussion. During the training, you will learn about what makes a meaningful conversation and how to effectively talk about the problems and solutions with different audiences.
Learn about what makes a meaningful conversation and how to effectively talk about the problems and solutions with different audiences. We’ll introduce our theory of how we think change happens, and the reasons behind our Climate Conversation model/structure.
A series of workshops to learn the exact steps to take to bring people into a climate discussion and help them become a climate action supporter. Plus, we will practice together and have plenty of time for troubleshooting complex scenarios.
This online course provides educators and volunteers with information about the drivers, impacts, and solutions of climate change, as well as strategies for talking about climate change in an informal education environment.