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Enabling Biodiversity Net Gain in the Planning System

Tuesday 3rd November
Online
Public Sector Rate: £389.00 Private Sector Rate: £575.00 Voluntary Sector Rate: £315.00

Time for citizen action on climate change? A webinar examining the work of the UK Climate Assembly

Tuesday 3rd November
Online
Free

Demystifying fashion with Lydia Higginson and Dr Mila Burcikova

Tuesday 3rd November
Online
Free

Lasers, drones & boats: measuring the impacts of climate change on heritage

Tuesday 3rd November
Online
Free

CLIMATE ASSEMBLY UK: PATH TO NET ZERO

Wednesday 4th November
Online
Free

Northern Ireland Infrastructure Investment Conference

Thursday 5th November
Online
£185 +VAT

The future of food packaging

Thursday 5th November
Online
Free

Why do we need an Aarhus Centre for Environmental Justice in Ireland 1/2

Thursday 5th November
Online
Free

Autumn Lecture Series Belfast: Georgian Town to Divided City 1770–1920

Thursday 5th November
Online
Free

Mainstreaming Culture and Heritage into Climate Planning

Friday 6th November
Online
Free

What if museums could be engine rooms for the imagination?

Friday 6th November
Online
Free

Discovery 2020! Conference at Queen’s University Belfast

Saturday 7th November
Online
Free

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Heritage Recovery Fund Northern Ireland applicants webinar

Monday 9th November
Online
Free

ICE Strategy Session: The value of community engagement on infrastructure projects

Tuesday 10th November
Online
Free

Why do we need an Aarhus Centre for Environmental Justice in Ireland 2/2

Tuesday 10th November
Online
Free

The UN SDGs and climate change (Reading Climate Festival)

Wednesday 11th November
Online
Free

Heritage Recovery Fund Northern Ireland applicants webinar

Thursday 12th November
Online
Free

Introduction to the Hands–On Heritage project

Thursday 12th November
Online
Free

Sustainable cities with Amahra Spence

Thursday 12th November
Online
Free

Making the Case for Building Reuse through Better Metrics for Avoided, Operational and Embodied Carbon

Friday 13th November
Online
Free

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How To Talk About The Climate Crisis To Anyone

Sunday 15th November
Online
£27.54

Climate Heritage Network General Assembly

Monday 16th November
Online
Free

Past Matters: Climate Emergency and Action

Tuesday 17th November
Online
Free

The future for Northern Ireland energy policy – the energy strategy and net zero targets, security of supply, and the impact on industry and consumers

Wednesday 18th November
Online
See website for details

Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States Regional Climate Heritage Forum

Thursday 19th November
Online
Free

Valuing Traditional Knowledge in Climate Action

Friday 20th November
Online
Free

Maintenance Week NI 2020

Friday 20th November
Online
Free

Heritage–based Adaptation and Mitigation | Documentary Film Premiere

Saturday 21st November
Online
Free

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Green nudges for promoting sustainability during Covid

Tuesday 24th November
Online
Free

Northern Ireland Environment Forum 2020 – Exclusive offer for NIEL Members!

Wednesday 25th November
Online
£95 + VAT for NIEL members

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Using Culture to Promote Climate Resilient Sustainable Development

Friday 27th November
Online
Free

Tree Charter Festival 2020

Saturday 28th November
Online
Free

29

Putting Community Wellbeing at the Heart of Community Planning

Monday 30th November
Online
Free

     
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How To Talk About The Climate Crisis To Anyone

Sunday 15 November 2020 - 06/12/20

Online

 A live, interactive, 4–part course to give you the confidence to talk about the climate crisis to anyone. Supported by the Eden Project.

About this Event

This course will equip you with the knowledge to cut through the misinformation and fake news, and the confidence to weave your understanding into everyday conversations, actions and plans in a way that makes a difference.

Rather than overwhelming you with data and charts, our course goes beyond the science; covering solutions, psychology and creative approaches to communication.

At the end of the course, you will be able to confidently talk to anyone about the climate crisis and ready to be a catalyst for positive change.

Who is this course for?

It doesn’t matter what level of understanding you start with; our climate course is for you, whether you’re a teacher, a farmer, a lawyer or a student.

Please note: this course is recommended for learners aged 16 to adult, though younger learners are welcome to join.

What you’ll get

We know that the climate crisis has many elements, and that there’s somewhere for everyone to make a difference, and that’s why our course spans behavioural psychology, climate anxiety, activism and more.

This course will give you:??

• Knowledge: how to cut through the misinformation and fake news, giving you the ability to understand the key concepts and the confidence so you can talk to anyone about it.

• Solutions: how close and simple so many of them are, what needs to be done, and what you can do.?• Interactivity: the core material is fixed, but attendees have the opportunity to engage and ask questions throughout, with an additional live Q & A at the end of each lesson.

• Interactivity: The core material is fixed, but attendees have the opportunity to engage and ask questions throughout, with an additional live Q & A at the end of each lesson.

• Flexibility: each lesson will run multiple times, so you’ll have the choice of several days and times for each part of the course you attend.?

• Resources: clear, simple and up–to–date resources that you can download and share.

Outcomes

At the end of this course, you will be aware of the gravity of what we face, but rather than feeling anxious and hopeless, you will feel energised and empowered .

We believe that if we’re going to face this crisis together, everyone needs to understand it, and feel enabled to weave their understanding into everyday conversations, actions and future plans.

We will provide you with a certificate of attendance.

Available dates

Wednesdays 19:00 – 19:40 (11th Nov – 2nd Dec)

Sundays 09:00 – 09:40 (15th Nov – 6th Dec)

Sundays 18:00 – 18:40 (15th Nov – 6th Dec)

Please note: if you can’t make it to one of the days of your course, you can email us after your booking and we’ll try to accommodate you on one of the other course time–slots.

Not for profit

We are running this course as a not–for–profit project. At AimHi, our mission is to make world class live learning accessible to everyone, and this is why most of our live lessons are free. If you want to help us to make this course free for everyone, then please donate to AimHi so that we can make it happen!

To find out more about AimHi and our teachers, please visit our website.

Cost   More Details £27.54
Time   More Details 18:00
Contact   More Details


aimhi.co/climate-course