Decision Making for Climate Change

Description:

This two-part course is an overview of climate change science and policy, including the tools available for integrating climate change considerations into policy and planning. Ideal for decision makers, managers and policy makers, participants will learn how to mainstream climate change into their planning and projects. Topics include: climate change science, climate change impacts, projections and trend analysis, mitigation and adaptation strategies, and northern examples of climate change integration. Participants will receive a certificate upon course completion. This course is delivered by the Northern Climate ExChange (NCE) of the Yukon Research Centre in partnership with Yukon government’s Climate Change Secretariat as part of NCE’s Climate Change Information and Mainstreaming Program(CCIMP).


Dates: April 17th& 18th, 9am – 12pm (Wednesday & Thursday)

Date/Time:
Location:
Yukon College Ayamdigut Campus
500 College Drive, Whitehorse (Whitehorse, YT) [ view map ]
Provider:
Yukon College - Yukon Research Centre
Contact Info:
Alison Perrin
To register or for more information contact Alison Perrin
Fee:
Free
Additional Information:
Course is FREE for Yukon government and First Nation government employees or associated NGOs
How to Register:
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