Websites

MOOCs from SDG Academy

Free online courses from the world’s leading experts on sustainable development
The SDG Academy creates and curates free massive open online courses and educational materials on sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals.

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CSIRO Climate Change: Science and Solutions for Australia (eBook)

Climate Change: Science and Solutions for Australia draws on peer-reviewed literature up to 2011 contributed to by thousands of researchers in Australia and internationally, and provides a synthesis of CSIRO’s long history of publicly funded research over several decades.

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Climactic Podcast

How Well Are We Adapting is a web-based climate change adaptation monitoring, evaluation and reporting tool for Victorian local governments.

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Climate Valuation

Climate Valuation has been created to assist people seeking further information on the potential impact of climate change on Australian property assets. The tool currently analyses one of the most important risks associated with climate change impacts: coastal inundation.

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Climate Visuals

This website contains a growing library of photographs to provide inspiration and guidance for campaigners, picture editors and communications practitioners selecting imagery for communicating climate change. All images are captioned with an explanation of how they fit with the seven Climate Visuals principles, and why they work. Each image is linked to its original source and many are available to download for free under Creative Commons licenses for use in blogs, articles and campaigns. Wondering where to begin? Go to How to use the Climate Visuals Website to get started.

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Climate Change Communication

Communicating effectively about a topic like climate change that is complex, confusing, uncertain, sometimes overwhelming, and often emotionally and politically loaded, is challenging.

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Environment Institute ANZ Climate Change Resources

Provides a list of useful Australian and international resources

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Shadow Places Network

The Shadow Places Network is a network of scholars, artists and activists who collaborate to document, co-produce and reimagine connections between places and peoples in an era of climate change.

The network seeks to make visible the place-based, material and imaginative structures, practices and relations that sustain the exploitative capitalist system, and the modern global history of colonisation, that underpin climate change. These structures, practices and relations actively construct a geography of injustice constituted of multiple shadow places. Simultaneously the network seeks to document and reimagine more just and ethical connections and understandings of place.

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Community Toolbox

Tools to change the world from the University of Kansas

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The Change Agency

Community change resources

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The Art of Hosting

The Art of Hosting is an approach to leadership that scales up from the personal to the systemic using personal practice, dialogue, facilitation and the co-creation of innovation to address complex challenges.

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Mobile Journalism Manual

The online guide for using media to effect

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350.org training resources

Share knowledge, build relationships, lead effective workshops

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Social Innovation for climate action

8 inspiring ideas for climate action + links

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Climate for Change

Lets create a climate for change.

Climate for Change seeks to create that social and political will - the social climate in Australia in which our political leaders can and must do what it takes to stop, and ultimately reverse, global warming.

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