Community Development Courses


Individuals, households and community organisations have a major role to play in responding to climate change.


This involves both reducing greenhouse gases and adapting to the inevitable effects that climate change will have on society. Community members are also the people ultimately most impacted by the direct effects of changes in the climate and any regulation or policy changes implemented to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It is therefore very important that individuals and community organisations have a good understanding of the science of climate change, what the impacts and costs of responding to global warming are likely to be, and how they can respond most appropriately, and how they can be more sustainable in their lives in general.


CCRI will be offering a series of community development courses about key climate change and sustainability topics in order for individuals and the community to have access to good, credible and independent information about climate change, its expected effects on them, and how they can practically respond.


Please visit this site regularly to see when the firstt course will be offered. You can also complete and submit the expression of interest form opposite to receive regular updates and notification of courses that are being offered.

“In addition to the construction and energy sectors, areas of potential employment change include transport, agriculture and a range of services. Many of these jobs will be in industry subsectors that barely exist today and some that lie within the imagination of farsighted entrepreneurs.

The needThe Garnaut Climate Change Review 2008


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