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Peace and Climate Course

Peace and Climate Training Tool Kit

Introducing Ecodemy’s latest course: Peace and Climate

There are many threats to peace, including violence, resource scarcity, and political polarity. But how do climate change and peace interact?  With the promise of an increase in flooding, destructive storms, and a heated atmosphere, it is clear that peace and security will become threatened in one way or another for communities worldwide. This Ecodemy course will break down the complex topics of war and peace and highlight the strong relationship between peace and climate.

This course will outline the threats to peace and security, the general threats of climate change, climate change and its impacts on global security and peace, the reverse interaction of how war impacts climate change and finally, the solutions to these issues.

Trigger warning: This course discusses war, suicide, and other forms of violence. Although these topics will not be explored in detail. Please only access this course at a time that feels right for you.

This Material Supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goals #13 and #16. Ecodemy Education’s purpose is to deliver engaging sustainability education tools to build a foundation for a greener future.

Peace and Climate Toolkit Features:

  • HD video Training course with Knowledge Check Quiz and Verifiable Certificate of Completion
  • Social Media Posts and Reusable Canva Templates
  • Presentation Slide Deck and Reusable Canva Template
  • Shareable written reports for your company’s publications and newsletters and Reusable Canva Template

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