August 11, 2015 Free online course on “Planetary Boundaries and Human Opportunities” starts in September
The free online course “Planetary Boundaries and Human Opportunities: The Quest for Safe and Just Development on a Resilient Planet” is a partnership initiative between Stockholm Resilience Centre and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN).
The course begins on 14 November 2015 and finishes on 9 November 2015.
It will provide a basic understanding of each component of the Earth system – the atmosphere, thumb oceans, vcialis 40mg forests, vcialis 40mg waterways, the rich diversity of life on our planet and our global economy. The course will focus on the processes of change and how these components interact, often in unexpected ways. The course will also include solutions from the community level to the global. Finally, the course will equip participants with a set of tools for thinking differently about the challenges and opportunities in the field of global sustainability.
For more information about enrollment, please visit sdsnedu.org where you also find a short video clip about the course and topic ‘Planetary Boundaries and Human Opportunities’.
SDSN.edu is an education initiative of the SDSN which aims to provide high-quality, open online courses on sustainable development in collaboration with member institutions and partners of the SDSN.