Sustainability & Adaptation: Concepts and Planning – Part A (Sold out)

Sustainability & Adaptation: Concepts and Planning – Part A (Sold out)


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Join our MSc students and explore the social issues around climate change and the transformational adaptation needed for a future within a changing climate.

This is the first in a two part introduction to the concepts of, and planning for, a future within a changing climate.

Part A works as a stand alone course but to learn more about Part B click here

Key Information

  • Duration: six days
  • Mon 9th – Sat 14th September 2019
  • Start and finish times: starts 6pm on the first day and ends at 2pm on the last day
  • Fee: Waged £750, Low Waged / Concessions £700
  • Includes: tuition, all materials, full board share accommodation
  • Terms and Conditions: You must be over the age of 18 years when this course starts.

What you will learn

You will take in-depth look at the wider implications of transformational adaptation on:

  • Social Structures
  • Land Use
  • Trade
  • Resource Management
  • Energy Provision
  • Governance, Health and Economic Systems

This course is great for getting a robust primer around the social issues of climate change, and develop the skills and knowledge needed to assess risks and make informed decisions, in uncertain times.

This course is ideal if you are interested in further post graduate study at CAT, want to learn how to critically evaluate a building’s design or proposed renovations in providing occupant comfort, energy efficiency, potential for rot and decay, wider environmental impacts and resilience to climate change.

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