The reports are the results of a series of impact surveys conducted within our learning community as well as testimonials from our beneficiaries with the aim of understanding the effectiveness of our courses. The main findings from the 2023 report are:

  • 82% of respondents applied the knowledge and skills frequently or occasionally
  • 94% said the UN CC:Learn course has given them the necessary skills and knowledge to take climate action
  • 75% of respondents have changed the way they think about climate change completely or mostly after taking a UN CC:Learn course
  • 93% of respondents are confident in speaking or advocating about climate change after taking a course
  • 98% of respondents changed the way they think and act in relation to climate change to some extent
  • 40% of respondents participated in climate policy discussions at local, national and global levels
  • 8% received a pay raise after completing a UN CC:Learn course
  • 53% of respondents enrolled in UN CC:Learn courses for professional reasons

The survey conducted annually reveals the positive and continuous impact of our e-courses on beneficiaries. Furthermore, it demonstrates that climate change education can help students in developing a wide range of abilities and skills and is pivotal in making people aware of the worldwide epidemic that has been unfolding. As a result, climate education is a critical driving force for climate action. Access the reports below for further information.

Being the Change: A Collection of Climate Stories

This storybook offers a collection of climate stories from our ten climate champions. Their climate actions were inspired by our courses and they have been working proactively to contribute toward a sustainable transformation of their community. Each of the stories aims to inspire others to take climate actions into their own hands. Read their stories and learn how everyone can start to make a difference.