E-learning course: Integrated planning for climate change and biodiversity
The course’s overall goal is to enhance the capacity of key stakeholders to optimize land-use planning to achieve compatible conservation and development results, including through the effective engagement of protected area systems.
This self-paced course promotes a dynamic learning approach through interactive lessons and multimedia contents. Participants will understand the nexus between biodiversity, climate change, and land-use plans; discover the rights and roles of different stakeholders in the planning and decision-making process, and consider ways to collaborate across national borders.
The course is organized into four modules:
- Connecting land-use, climate change and biodiversity;
- Inter-sectoral and inter-institutional collaboration;
- Public participation in decision-making;
- Regional planning for harmonization and connectivity.
It is free of charge and can be completed within 4 months after enrolment.