What’s for Dinner? Bringing Sustainability to the Table

19 October 2020

In celebration of World Food Day, UN CC:Learn and Danone launched the Sustainable Diet e-course in Portuguese. The course has been taken by more than 12,000 learners from all over the world and it can be found at UN CC:e-learn platform.

Join our Virtual Youth Climate Dialogues!

12 October 2020

Want to discuss the global challenges posed by climate change with other young people?


We are hosting a series of Virtual Youth Climate Dialogues that will bring together young people from all across the globe in a series of discussions about climate change and green economy.


Register yourself below to get a chance to participate.

Kenya Makes Steady Progress in the Development of its National Climate Change Learning Strategy

2 October 2020

Kenya’s Climate Change Directorate in the Ministry of Environment and Forestry convened stakeholders for a two-part virtual event of the National Planning Workshop that brought together over 50 representatives from government, national education and training institutions, academia and research institutions, civil society, the private sector, UN agencies and development partners. The aim of the workshop was to foster discussion and stimulate a structured process to develop the National Climate Change Learning Strategy.


UN CC:Learn Celebrates the issuance of 100,000 certificates!

18 September 2020

UN CC:Learn has reached an important milestone: the issuance of 100,000 certificates of course completion from its e-learning platform. And to acknowledge this important accomplishment, an online event was hosted on 18 September. For one hour, people who are part of UN CC:Learn history engaged in discussions about the program, its results, and its future.

New UN CC:Learn Knowledge Sharing Platform

17 September 2020

The UN CC:Learn Knowledge Sharing Platform has been completely revamped. The newly launched website broadens its focus to reach a large and varied audience interested in climate change learning, cementing UN CC:Learn commitment to creating the best user experience for all.

Learning for a Green Recovery E-Course Series

16 September 2020

The Partnership for Action on Green Economy has launched a series of global e-learning products that address key policy issues central to the green recovery debate. The six online courses are free, self-paced, and can act as an invaluable building block as countries plan their economic responses to COVID-19—serving to inform and shape the public policy debate around green economic reform.

The New Normal: How UN CC:Learn is Adapting to Covid-19

16 September 2020

Challenging times require innovative solutions! As the Covid-19 crisis upends the lives of billions of people, UN CC:Learn has taken all the necessary steps to adapt its operation to the “new normal”. Get a glimpse of what has been done to enable the programme to keep carrying out its activities.

Zimbabwe Validates and Finalizes their National Climate Change Learning Strategy

16 September 2020

Zimbabwe has finalized its Climate Change Learning Strategy and taken concrete steps towards its implementation. The country, which started developing its Strategy in 2019, hosted an event on 11 September that brought together stakeholders drawn from across the country to validate the document and work towards its implementation.

Up for the Challenge! Ghana Aims to Educate All School Children About Climate Change

15 September 2020

Under the leadership of the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI), Ghana Education Service (GES), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) a Core Group with stakeholders from the educations has conducted an audit of the national school curricula and has developed recommendations for further action and a roadmap for implementation.

Malawi’s Latest Step in Promoting Climate Change Education

15 September 2020

As part of their effort to integrate climate change education in Malawi’s primary school curricula, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology of Malawi recently launched a publication called Climate Change Sourcebook for Primary School Teachers.