A first version (Version 1.0) of the illustration was released at the time of the Copenhagen Summit in 2009. Many people commented on the illustration and made suggestions. This effort resulted in an updated version. Compare versions 1.0 and 2.0 here.
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Translation into Simplified Chinese ( 简体中文 ) provided by Ding Yaoqing, Shangri-la Institute for Sustainable Communities, China
Translation into Traditional Chinese ( 繁体中文 ) provided by Ding Yaoqing, Shangri-la Institute for Sustainable Communities, China
The online course on Climate Change Diplomacy provides an introduction to climate change policy and governance. The course underlying themes are graphically summarised in the Climate Building Illustration. They include scientific, economic, social, legal, ethical and developmental aspects of climate change. This online course is normally offered two times per year, with a limited number of scholarships provided by the government of Malta for participants from small island and developing states. For more information about the course please visit the course page.
The Capacity Development for Climate Change Governance and Diplomacy Programme aims to help small and developing states to participate meaningfully in climate change negotiations on global and regional levels. The programme includes online training, policy research and policy immersion.
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