Online Course for Teachers on Climate Change: Batch 2

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and the Green Schools Programme (GSP) invite applications from interested school teachers (teaching classes V to XII) for the second batch of its free online course on climate change. After the successful culmination of the first batch in February 2022, we now invite interested teacher participants to discuss and learn more about the biggest environmental concern of today — climate change.

Exclusively designed for school teachers, the four-week course will

  • Add to and build up their understanding and knowledge of climate change, and its science, politics and impacts
  • Offer them ideas, tools and methodologies for more effective classroom teaching of the subject of climate change
  • Bolster their confidence to facilitate classroom discussions on the subject within their own local context
  • Provide a platform for learning from experiences of a cohort of teachers and other professionals in the field

The course will include classroom briefings and presentations by subject experts, special lectures, classroom discussions, suggested online readings and audio-visual content. It will be spread over four weeks, and is designed to be self-paced, so that attending teachers do not feel undue pressure

A CSE Certificate of Participation will be awarded to all participants who complete the course successfully.


  • Fundamentals of climate change
  • Impacts of climate change
  • Climate change negotiations
  • Adaptation and mitigation
  • Some contemporary issues – net zero, sinks, equity, carbon budgets

For further information, write to us at support@greenschoolsprogramme or



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There is no participation fee