UN CC:e-Learn Platform Reaches 100,000 Registrations
UN CC:e-Learn is proud to share that the UN climate change e-learning platform has reached 100,000 registrations! We appreciate all of our users around the world for their interest in our courses and their continuous support in our goal to promote climate change education as widely as possible.
22 September 2017, Geneva, Switzerland - Since the platform’s launch, back in 2014, we have strived to leave no one behind as we train people on the key aspects to understand and address climate change. For this reason, all of the courses currently offered are free of charge and in an increasing number of languages, including English, French, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Thai, Khmer, and Portuguese.
We are committed to bringing the best of the world of e-learning to our platform through constant technological enhancements and innovative sectoral thematics. Earlier this year the e-platform was enhanced and brought various features to facilitate users’ navigation. Our portfolio currently includes 8 courses ranging from climate science and finance to the interactions of climate change with children and health. Courses on gender, aviation, and agriculture-related matters will be coming soon to continue complementing climate change learning with the most relevant happenings and themes.
If you have not registered to the platform to access our e-learning courses and resources, now is the time to do so – it is a free, fun and interactive way to learn about climate change!
About UN CC:Learn
UN CC:Learn is a partnership of more than 30 multilateral organizations supporting countries to design and implement systematic, recurrent and results-oriented climate change learning. At the global level, the partnership supports knowledge-sharing, promotes the development of common climate change learning materials, and coordinates learning interventions through a collaboration of UN agencies and other partners. At the national level, UN CC:Learn supports countries in developing and implementing national climate change learning strategies. Through its engagement at the national and global levels, UN CC:Learn contributes to the implementation of Article 6 of the UNFCCC on training, education and public awareness-raising, and the 2012-2020 Doha Work Programme. Funding for UN CC:Learn is provided by the Swiss Government and UN partners. The Secretariat for UN CC:Learn is hosted by the UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR).
Photo 1: Social media card for 100,000 registrations
Photo 2: UN CC:e-Learn courses