Risk Management in the context of Climate Change

The lecture will introduce important international policy making processes and frameworks (UNFCCC, Sendai, SDGs, G7, G20 etc.) and the way these address and drive key issues in the context of climate change risk management.

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DURATION:
Oct – December 2022
CREDIT:
6

Address

TBD, either in person or via remote or blended learning.   View map

The lecture will introduce important international policy-making processes and frameworks (UNFCCC, Sendai, SDGs, G7, G20, etc.) and the way these address and drive key issues in the context of climate change risk management. UNU-EHS lecturers and external experts will provide participants with insights in conceptual understanding around the theoretical basis of topics such as Loss & Damage, Environmental Migration, Livelihood Resilience, and Climate Risk Insurance. Students will get a practical understanding of the complexity of these concepts’ application on the ground. The course delivery will be complemented by case studies as well as exercises.

Lecturers from UNUEHS’ Environment and Migration (EMIC) & Munich
Climate Insurance Initiative (
MCII) sections

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Registration for this course:

1. Fill out the form in the signup button below. Your application will be forwarded to United Nations University Bonn and they will turn to you about the following step.

2. Please indicate in the registration form under this section, whether you could participate in presence in Bonn or just online

3. Participants will receive a certificate of participation. Taking part in the examination needs to be confirmed.

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