Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience Center Launches Series of Courses on Climate Change

Antioch University New England’s Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience is launching a series of online courses focused on the fundamentals of climate change resilience.

With the ever-increasing and visible impacts from a changing climate, this series of courses is designed to prepare professionals to incorporate resilience strategies into planning, implementation, and evaluation within any domain of resource management and environmental protection. These courses were developed within the Sustainable Development and Climate Change concentration of the MS in Environmental Studies program at Antioch University New England.

Students can expect to increase their skill set in climate resilience for better outcomes and work to discover solutions to local issues faced on the job or in communities. Each course is held online for a period of 4-weeks and may be completed for either graduate credit or continuing education.

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