Advancing Climate Action through Urban Law - Malawi March 2024
Online classroom

This course is under development and not yet accessible.

This course explores the essential role that urban law plays in addressing the challenges of climate change. It delves into UN-Habitat’s Urban Law Module of the Law and Climate Change Toolkit which is a valuable resource for countries, local governments, professionals, academia, and other stakeholders seeking to adapt their urban planning and environmental regulations and policies to manage climate change effectively.

Start: This is a self-paced course
Duration: There are four modules. Each module takes about 40 to 60 minutes to complete.
Fees: None
Certificate: Awarded after completing all modules and passing the final test

Building community resilience through Nature-based solutions and Ecosystem-based Adaptation in Myanmar
Online classroom
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Skill Level: Beginner

This training is designed to support local community leaders, practitioners, and wider development partners, in incorporating Nature-based solutions into local development planning.

The training includes a bottom-up approach to resilience building, including as key steps to promote Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA): 

- Understanding the context, planning and initiating stakeholder engagement

- Community-based Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (CCVA)

- Locally-led Climate Action Planning

- Implementation of Local Climate Action