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The adverse impacts of climate change is one of the largest threats to the existence of our planet, all that lives within and especially to the survival of the human species.

Change and transformation have become key words in a world faced with the threats of climate change exacerbated by unsustainable and inequitable patterns of development. Development that results in immense income disparities between countries, within regions, among gender groups and underprivileged groups coupled with unprecedented impacts of climate change has become the biggest challenge of the 21st century. 

As a consequence of these challenges and ever increasing risks most of us feel restless, hopeless and concerned about the future.

Businesses, governments, citizens, students and children are asking questions about what the future entails.


There is a desire to be more informed and educated about current facts and future challenges in order to make the right decisions and to increase our resilience.


Do we have answers to these questions? Not entirely. We are still in search of answers and need to inquire, learn, discuss, design, innovate until we know what to expect, how to become more resilient, how to adapt to potential threats, how to change our behavior and thoughts about business-as-usual, how to think out of the box. This is an ongoing process where we need to improve our knowledge and skill base.

Questions to Which we Seek Answers to in our Trainings:

What are impacts of the climate change?

How can we adapt to climate risks?

Why a zero carbon economy?

How can we unite to act?

How can we attain the SDGs?

What role does technology play?

How is carbon financing relevant?

What is the importance of behavioral change

Will small changes make a difference?