Climate Action Planning

This track teaches how to write a climate action plan and introduces a process for developing and implementing local climate actions. The track provides a basic overview of concepts that can be supplemented with training in specific software, instruction on how to assess the impacts of climate change on local assets and populations, and strategies for achieving low-carbon communities. Students will learn the skills to create a climate change action plan that positively effect their communities. Course instructors Michael R. Boswell and Tammy Seale offer advice from their extensive backgrounds in climate change planning to recommend practical applications for planners. Each course in this track is approved for CNU-A and AICP CM credit.

Introduction to Climate Action Planning

This course provides an overview of the purpose, process, and potential of climate action planning.

66 Mins
AICP CM
CNU-A
SACPLAN CPD

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Accounting for Cities

Greenhouse gas emissions accounting is a core tool for developing, implementing, and monitoring climate actions and strategies. This course provides a basic overview of concepts that can be supplemented with training in specific software.

60 Mins
AICP CM
CNU-A
SACPLAN CPD

Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Cities

This course provides instruction on assessing the impacts of climate change on local assets and populations.

59 Mins
AICP CM
CNU-A
SACPLAN CPD

Creating a Low-Carbon, Resilient City

This course introduces strategies for achieving low-carbon, resilient communities.

48 Mins
AICP CM
CNU-A
SACPLAN CPD

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