This year's Conference of the Parties (COP27), taking place in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, is on it final days. November, 11th was the "Decarbonisation Day". During the day-long meetings no significant steps forward were made to implement actual decabonisation at international level: oil and gas will keep on composing the major portion of our energy sources.
In an unstable climate, both literal and political, the energy sector is as in danger as ever in remaining fossil-based and unsustainable.
This is why our project (e)mission (im)possible wants to compensate for the lack of policies and create a space and methodological tools to try and give a push forward in positive climate actions.
Every sector of our economies and worldwide activities needs this push, we think that our sector, Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid, given its structural nature of care and positive change, should be on the front line of the fight against climate change.
The first step is knowing what each of us can do.
If you are a professional, volunteer, student, academic of the development cooperation and humanitarian aid sector, or you are looking to start working and activate yourself in this sector, our Massive Open Online Course is about to start, free of charge, available in 5 languages (English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian).
The new start date is 30th November, 2022.
Learn more about climate change, actions to be taken, the impacts of the sector and carbon calculation methods for your organisation.
To access the MOOC platform, complete the registration form. At the end of the questionnaire, you will find the link and the information on how to access the platform.
Here more information about the course themes, programme and structure.
For questions write us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org