In (e)mission (im)possible, Climate Change, Environmental Education, Portugal, Sustainability, 2023,

Launch of the 2nd Edition of the Online Course

Following the success of the first edition of the "(e)mission (im)possible" online course, and thanks to the feedback received, an improved second edition was launched on October 16, 2023.

For those who did not have the opportunity to complete the training in the first edition, or who are only now learning about the course, registration is now open for the new edition, the aim of which is to acquire the skills to integrate Climate Action into the Development, Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid sectors.

What does the course offer?

For potential trainees who identify with the themes, this is a unique event that you won't want to miss. The course is completely free, co-financed by the European Union and promoted by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) from three countries: Italy (A SudUn Ponte PerFondazione Ecosistemi), Spain (IrokoBosque y Comunidad and Universidade de Cádis), Portugal (AIDGLOBAL).

The course consists of 4 different modules, totalling approximately 25 hours of content, including videos, interactive readings and tests to assess the knowledge acquired. Access to the lessons and material will be available at any time during the course, which will end on 16th December 2023.

On completion of the course, which implies a minimum of 50 per cent correct answers in the tests, participants will receive a certificate and 1 ECTS credit, issued by the University of Cadiz.

The "(e)mission (im)possible" course is the result of collaboration between organisations working in the areas of Climate, Climate Change, Cooperation, Reforestation and Development, in order to promote actions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and their impact on the Environment.

As Climate Change mainly affects the most vulnerable populations, it is imperative to support communities and territories with a view to a Climate commitment to Co-operation and Development.

Climate Change caused by human activities results in climate migration, natural disasters and extreme meteorological phenomena. Addressing climate change is therefore essential in order to mitigate its effects and consequences, thus contributing to Sustainable Development.

Every third sector Organization therefore has an impact on the Environment and the Climate, through purchases, travel, energy and policies. How can someone who works or wants to work in the sector commit to including Climate Action in their daily work? What about obtaining funding and publicising what you do? Could such things have less impact on our vulnerable Climate?

Through the "(e)mission (im)possible" project, an attempt is being made to provide some input on solutions and practices, as well as tools and information on all these aspects.

If you are interested in the topic and want to take part in the course, sign up here and now so you don't miss out on the opportunity to learn and contribute to a more sustainable world.

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The “(e)mission (im)possible”  is a European project co-funded by European Union`s Erasmus+ Programme. Its promoter is  A Sud – Ecologia e Cooperazione ONLUS, and its partners Organizations are AIDGLOBAL, a Iroko – Desarrollo Forestal Sostenible, a Bosque Y Comunidad, a Fundazione Ecossistemi, a Universidad de Cádiz e a Un Ponte Per.