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Human activity and climate change
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Course learning outcomes
By the end of this unit you should be able to:
build a basic understanding of the causes of climate change and the role of anthropogenic processes and activities, over time;
understand what is happening to the climate today;
build your confidence and competence in understanding and using climate change language;
develop critical curiosity in exploring the controversies about the human causes of climate change;
develop systemic learning of the wider, systemic picture in which climate change is happening.
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- 3 hours study
- Level 0: Beginner
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