The United Nations is offering a series of free online courses on sustainability. The courses are open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how to contribute to a more sustainable future.
The courses cover a wide range of topics, including climate change, sustainable consumption and production, and the role of businesses in sustainability. They are taught by experts from the United Nations and other organizations.
The courses are self-paced, so you can study at your own convenience. There are no prerequisites, so anyone can participate.
To enrol in a course, simply visit the United Nations website and click on the “Sustainability Courses” link. You will then be able to choose from the list of available courses.
The following are some of the free sustainability courses offered by the United Nations:
- The Paris Agreement on Climate Change as a Development Agenda
- Integration of the SDGs into National Planning
- Green Marketing Challenge
- Integrated Approaches to Mainstreaming, Acceleration and Policy Support for the SDGs
- Digital4Sustainability Learning Path
- What is the Net-Zero Standard
- Setting Science-Based Targets to Achieve Net-Zero
- Sustainable Consumption and Production in Africa
- Introduction to risk-informed, conflict-sensitive and peacebuilding programming
Here are some of the benefits of taking these free courses:
- You will learn about the SDGs and how you can contribute to a more sustainable future.
- You will gain knowledge from experts in the field of sustainability.
- You will be able to network with other people who are interested in sustainability.
- You will be able to earn a certificate of completion for each course.