Members of the UW-Madison community are invited to sign up for Climate Change Policy and Public Health, a 4‑week UW-Madison Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that starts on Nov. 9.
This course explores the impact of human activities on climate change and consequently public health, as well as the many real benefits to climate change mitigation. In addition to providing evidence for climate change’s impact on human health, this course will explore three primary areas where co‑benefits can be realized: renewable energy, agriculture and food, urban design and active transport.
For more information about this course, visit this webpage.
New to MOOCs? Here are some tips on signing up.
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