Climate change impacts are being felt all around us – rising temperatures and changing precipitation are increasing the risks of floods, droughts, and heat waves for example. These have the potential to adversely impact lives, livelihoods and wellbeing of communities. Businesses and infrastructures are not spared either. This basic level course focuses on understanding the impacts of climatic change, and ways to both adapt, and develop targeted actions.
On enrolling in the course you get the access of the pre-reading material
All the classes are held on the online platform with break-out rooms.
Learn in the workshops and solve real-time problems.
Dr Nishikant Gupta’s decade long experience working on biodiversity, environmental sustainability and climate change in both LDC and MDC countries has enhanced resilient practices by bridging the science-policy-practice gap. He has developed and managed several projects across international organizations to strengthen ecosystem services, livelihoods, and holistic biodiversity conservation which directly feed into policy formulation. He has also initiated crucial interdisciplinary collaborations at various levels of governance and provided novel solutions which address major ecological and socio-economic challenges in Asia, Europe and Australia aided by 36 scientific publications and 44 diverse sets of knowledge products. He now aims to scale-up and scale-out climate adaptation solutions, understand vulnerabilities and opportunities and develop path-breaking policy documents to boost existing conservation programmes leading to long-term sustainability.
Understanding climate change – trends and projections until 2050
Climate change impacts on key sectors
Identifying gaps, and bridging the science-policy-practice divide
Developing solutions for a climate-secure future
Course Duration: 2nd to 6th November 2020 - 2 hours per day for 5 days
NOW AT INR 7995/-