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Cornell Civic Ecology Lab hosts Climate Advocacy: Making Policy Change MOOC


All are welcome -

  • 4-week Global Online Course

  • May 20 – June 16, 2024

  • For educators, university and high students, community leaders, and volunteers

  • Learn from Cornell University instructors, guest speakers, and participants from around the world

  • Asynchronous lectures, readings, and assignments

  • Optional live webinars with experts and instructor “office hours.”

  • Receive a Cornell University certificate upon completing course

To register: join the course here

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