- Introduction to Health and Climate
- History of the Climate Negotiations and the UNFCCC
- The Paris Agreement
- From Paris to Glasgow
- Health in the climate negotiations
- Extra Information
- Course Exam
Climate Negotiations for Health professionals is a short online training designed together by Climate Tracker and the World Health Organisation.
The course is structured to give you a good understanding of the global climate change negotiations and the main discussion topics up to 2020, and how to include health aspects in them.
This course is addressed to health professionals or experts who are attending the climate negotiations, to health advocates who want to learn more, or to people in general who wants to get prepared for COP.
The course should take 2-4 hours to read entirely, and you can also decide to watch or listen to the videos.
It is divided into 6 modules, which are: introduction to health and climate, history of the climate negotiations, the Paris Agreement, current negotiation topics, health in the negotiations; and health in negotiation streams.
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