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Children and Climate Change

This course presents how children and youth can be impacted by climate change, how their resilience to climate change can be strengthened, and how they can act on climate change.

It contains one module which takes around 2 hours to complete. You need to pass a quiz after the module to receive your certificate from UNICEF and UNITAR.
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Cost Free Online Course
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Subject Climate Change
Institution United Nations
Provider Independent
Language English
Hours 2 hours worth of material
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