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Role of Soil Biology in Improving Soil Quality
Learn about the role of soil biology in improving soil quality, and how the soil food web can be managed to increase nutrient cycling, water holding capacity, and other dynamic soil functions.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: USDA: National Resources Conservation Service
Topic: training in capacity building; research on capacity building; Biodiversity; Climate Change; Education

Developing adaptive silvicultural strategies in the context of climate change
Learn about the adaptive silvicultural planning process to receive the guidelines of incorporating climate change into natural resource management.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: USDA: National Resources Conservation Service
Topic: Climate Change; Forests; research on capacity building; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; training in capacity building

Drought the Death of Life
Short film about climate change, drought and indigenous nomadic tribes of Iran.

Date:
Organization: Drynet
Topic: Awareness Raising; Food; Drought; Climate Change; Poverty Reduction

Forest Monitoring
Explore the instrument for deforestation and forest degradation mapping and obtain a free licence after completing the course!

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Stanford University
Topic: Forests; Climate Change; Drought; institutional capacity building; National Capacity Self-Assessment of country Parties; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; training in capacity building

The UNCCD reporting process 2014
This e-learning course is one of the tools being offered to help capacitate reporting entities, enabling them to successfully conclude their 2014 report.

Date: Online, anytime
Organization: UNCCD Capacity Building Marketplace
Topic: institutional capacity building

The role of the National Focal Point to the UNCCD
The National Focal Points (NFPs) are the first and main point of contact for the Parties as regards the entire UNCCD process. This e-learning course is aimed at helping to capacitate NFPs through giving them the opportunity to better understand what their functions are; and to develop the necessary skills to carry out the same.

Date: Online, anytime
Organization: UNCCD Capacity Building Marketplace
Topic: Drought; training in capacity building

Climate Change
This course develops an interdisciplinary understanding of the social, political, economic and scientific perspectives on climate change.

Date: 11/08/2014 - 13/10/2014
Organization: The University of Melbourne - Coursera
Topic: Climate Change

Introduction to Sustainability
This course introduces the academic discipline of sustainability and explores how today’s human societies can endure in the face of global change, ecosystem degradation and resource limitations.

Date: 25/08/2014-19/10/2014
Organization: Coursera
Topic: Awareness Raising; Climate Change; Food; Renewable Energy; Water; training in capacity building

Certified Expert in Microfinance
Are you familiar with tools and techniques for improving your skills and knowledge in the area of microfinance aiming to reduce poverty? Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has designed an international e-learning programme tailored to Microfinance practitioners world-wide.

Date: September 2014
Organization: Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Topic: Poverty Reduction

The Age of Sustainable Development
This course gives students an understanding of the key challenges and pathways to sustainable development - that is, economic development that is also socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable.

Date: 2 September 2014 - 5 December 2014
Organization: Coursera - Columbia University
Topic:

Economics of Climate-Resilient Development
In this course, you will learn the basics for developing economically viable climate-resilient plans.Throughout the course, interactive exercises will help the user to test their understanding at key points. Case studies, reference materials and other helpful resources are highlighted so as to strengthen the learning experience.

Date: September 08, 2014 - September 30, 2014
Organization: The World Bank
Topic:

Growing Food Organically
In this comprehensive course, offered by the Gaia College,  you will learn essential applied permaculture and organic gardening techniques. The course engages students with practical and hands-on projects, and is guided by experienced professional organic gardeners.


Date: September 15, 2014 (Next course begins in January)
Organization: Gaia College Website
Topic: Biodiversity; Food

Mediation Skills
Mediation is used in the context of international conflicts and intra-state conflicts with the aim of achieving peacemaking, and thus requires individuals who have the necessary experience, professionalism and judgment to effectively resolve disputes. By improving one’s mediation skills and developing an understanding of the UN’s role in the mediation process, diplomats will be better equipped to prevent and manage international disputes. This e-Learning course will enable participants to enhance their knowledge, strategies and skills in mediation processes.

Date:
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: Mediation

Climate Change Diplomacy: Negotiating Effectively Under UNFCCC
Develop your understanding of the climate change policy framework, by building an appreciation of the science, causes and impacts of climate change, the history of the policy making process and the UNFCCC framework, and take a close look at the negotiations to-date towards establishing a new global agreement on climate change by 2015.

Date: 22 Sep - 16 Nov 2014
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: Climate Change; training in capacity building

Sustainable Urban Land Use Planning
Learn how to contribute to sustanale urban development and to deal with global challenges, that include climate change, resource scarcity, slum growth and increased poverty, and safety and security concerns.

Date: 24/09/2014 - 11/11/2014, 25/03/2015 - 12/05/2015
Organization: World Bank
Topic: Education; Poverty Reduction; training in capacity building

Climate-Smart Agriculture through Sustainable Land-Water Management
This course provides practical knowledge about how climate change is likely to impact agriculture, food production and security, and what actions can be taken to increase productivity, and build resilience to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change.

Date: Dates: October 06, 2014 - October 24, 2014
Organization: The World Bank
Topic: Climate Change; Drought; Biodiversity; Poverty Reduction

Sustainable Agricultural Land Management
This course covers the agricultural and urban water quality issues in Florida, their bases, land and nutrient management strategies, and the science and policy behind the best management practices.

Date: 7/10/2014 to 9/12/2014
Organization: University of Florida - Coursera
Topic: Agriculture

Public Diplomacy in a Multipolar World
This on-line course aims to provide diplomats and public officials with an idea of the strategic significance of public diplomacy in the past and future.

Date: 4 weeks, starting 13 October
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: Diplomacy

Introduction to a Green Economy - Concepts and Applications, 5th Edition
Course on concepts and facets of the green economy, as well as global, national and sector-specific challenges and opportunities to advance low-carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive development.

Date: 19-Oct-2014
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: Biodiversity; Awareness Raising; Education; Drought; Food; Forests; Migration; Poverty Reduction

International Organizations Management
This course is about international and not-for-profit organizations and it helps you to understand the socioeconomic and political context they operate in. The course provides an overview of the management challenges international organizations & NGOs are faced with.

Date: 10 November 2014 - 15 December 2014
Organization: Coursera - Université de Genève
Topic:

International Environmental Negotiations
Enhance national capacities in order to meet your environmental obligations. The course presents concepts, processes and techniques on multilateral negotiations and considers distinctive features of environmental negotiations.

Date: 17 Nov - 28 Nov 2014
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: Education; training in capacity building; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; National Capacity Self-Assessment of country Parties

Multilateral Conferences and Diplomacy
This online course will help students enhance their performance as a conference delegate, and as a result contribute to the overall efficiency and productiveness of conferences.

Date: 23 Feb - 22 Mar 2015
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: Education; Climate Change

Turn Down the Heat: Why a 4°C Warmer World Must be Avoided
World Bank’s first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), providing a summary of the key impacts and challenges of a 4°C warmer world by the end of this century.

Date: March 2nd - Marth 29th 2015 (4 weeks long, 3-5h/week)
Organization: The World Bank
Topic: Education; Climate Change

Chairing International Conferences
Successful international conferences require strong and able chairmen to be effective, and need supportive and cooperative delegates. This online course provides you with information, skills and guidance to delegates who may be appointed or elected to chair international meetings.

Date: 30 Mar - 12 Apr 2015
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: training in capacity building

FSN Network webinar: Assessing Community Capacity and Vulnerability to Strengthen Resilience
Recording of webinar "Assessing Community Capacity and Vulnerability to Strengthen Resilience: Lessons from Myanmar's Dry Zone."

Date:
Organization: FSN Network webinar
Topic:

Environmental Politics and Law
This course deals with the environment from the perspective of law. Students will explore the question of how law can change human behavior to be less environmentally damaging.

Date: Anytime
Organization: Open Yale course
Topic: environment

Mitigating Agriculture's Impact
This free course examines a range of solutions that address the impacts of agriculture on the environment, mainly focusing on air, soil, water, land use, climate change and biodiversity.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Yale University
Topic: Drought; Food; Water; Climate Change; Biodiversity

Empowering Women in Agriculture: Strengthening Production and Dietary Diversity to Improve Nutrition
This is the second of a three-part webinar series, Women's Empowerment and Men's Engagement: How a Focus on Gender Can Support Agriculture and Nutrition.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Topic: Gender; training in capacity building

Empowering Women in Agriculture: Maximizing Nutrition Gain
This is the first of a three-part webinar series, Women's Empowerment and Men's Engagement: How a Focus on Gender Can Support Agriculture and Nutrition.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Topic:

Diploma in Sustainable Development
Learn more about sustainable development for a sustainable future. Start Today!

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Alison
Topic:

Diploma in Environmental Science
Learn about the earth, its resources and recognise the factors that affect your environment. Start Today!

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Alison
Topic: Education; training in capacity building

Agricultural Science and Policy I
Course gives the understanding of the scientific underpinnings of policy issues related to soils, water, air, biomass forestry and energy, especially those involving the environment.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Tufts Open Courseware
Topic: Biodiversity; Forests; Education; Water; training in capacity building

Agriculture and the World We Live In
Take the course and learn how agriculture feeds the world: a study of farms, farmers and the challenges they face.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Open2Study
Topic: Awareness Raising; Biodiversity; Education; Food; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building

An Experimental Case Study for Soil Health
To enhance adoption of soil health management systems, it is important that soil health benefits be demonstrated with statistically rigorous research. Join the webinar to learn about an experimental case study where improving soil health increased crop yield as much as supplemental irrigation.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: USDA: National Resources Conservation Service
Topic: Biodiversity; Awareness Raising; training in capacity building

Soil Health and New Soil Testing Methods
This webinar will give participants an overview of soil health and new soil testing tools for N-P-K that take into account the contribution of soil microbes, allowing producers to make informed nutrient management decisions.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: USDA: National Resources Conservation Service
Topic: Biodiversity; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; training in capacity building

Soil Behavior
The course presetns detailed study of soil properties with emphasis on interpretation of field and laboratory test data and their use in soft-ground construction engineering

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic: Education; training in capacity building

Surface Processes and Landscape Evolution
Take the course and learn how the Earth surface was sculptured

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic: Climate Change; Education; training in capacity building

Introduction to Geology
Geology is important in understanding the soil processes. Take this class and learn the basics!

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic: Climate Change; Education; training in capacity building

Advanced Soil Mechanics
Take the class and learn about the application of principles of soil mechanics

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic: Education

Civil Society and the Environment
This graduate seminar examines civic engagement in international, national and local environmental governance

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic: institutional capacity building; training in capacity building

Environmental Engineering Masters of Engineering Project
Learn about environmental engineering through the use of case studies, computer software tools, and seminars from industrial experts

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic: Education

International Politics and Climate Change
Take this course and learn how climate change and international politics interact

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic:

The Environment of the Earth's Surface
Get basic understanding of the processes occuring on the Earth surface

Date: Open anytime
Organization: MIT OpenCourseWare
Topic: Education

Organic Waste Management
Follow this online course and learn how organic waste management can contribute to solving the wide range of ecological problems

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Compostory.org
Topic: Education; Food; Poverty Reduction; institutional capacity building; training in capacity building

Learning event on agroforestry, food security and climate change
Join the Community of practice and discuss with the rest of the members issues related to agroforestry, food security and climate change.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Topic: Biodiversity; Climate Change; Food; training in capacity building

Conservation agriculture for climate change mitigation
Learn from experts and practitioners from many countries and discuss the importance and different methods of conservation agriculture practices.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Topic: Biodiversity; Education; Climate Change; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building

Irrigation Techniques
Take part in the course and learn major methods of irrigation and using them in different environment

Date: Open at any time
Organization: Allversity
Topic: Drought; Climate Change; Water; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; training in capacity building

Soil Health: Farming in the 21st Century
View the recording of the live presentation given at the 2013 National Association of Conservation Districts Annual Meeting to understand the relevance of building soil health and sustainability in the 21st century.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: USDA: National Resources Conservation Service
Topic: Education; Biodiversity

E-learning course: Improved Drought Forecasting and Warning
This e-learning course aims to provide the participant with an in depth understanding of drought early warning and forecasting.

Date: Open
Organization: that DEWFORA (Improving Drought Early Warning and Forecasting to strengthen preparedness and adaptation to droughts in Africa, www.dewfora.net) 
Topic: Awareness Raising; Climate Change; Drought; Education; Food; Poverty Reduction

UNITAR’s Multilateral Diplomacy Programme
The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) Multilateral Diplomacy Programme strenghtens capacity through e-learning,  particularly in view of increasing performance in conferences and meetings convened at the United Nations and regional organizations.

Date: Check schedule for individual courses
Organization: United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
Topic: institutional capacity building

UN CC:Learn Introductory e-course on Climate Change
A free self-paced e-learning course covering six modules including climate science, policy, adaptation, mitigation, finance and planning, by the One UN Training Service Platform on Climate Change.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: One UN Training Service Platform on Climate Change (UN CC:Learn)
Topic: Climate Change

Introduction to Water Treatment
Learn about urban water services, focusing on basic drinking water and wastewater treatment technologies.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: edX / Delft University of Technology
Topic: Water

Curso corto: Contaminación de Suelos
Through this online course you will learn the various processes of land degradation by soil contamination. You will also learn about the possible mechanisms of control, treatment and remediation of polluted soil.

Date: Application process open through the year (excepting August)
Organization: INEA - Escuela Universitaria de Ingeniería Técnica Agrícola Centro adscrito a la Universidad de Valladolid
Topic: Drought

Curso sobre la Agricultura Ecológica
Get to know the specific techniques and the theoretical bases of organic agriculture and stay ahead of the future of the agricultural sector as a response to the new social, environmental and market trends.

Date: Application process open through the year (excepting August)
Organization: INEA - Escuela Universitaria de Ingeniería Técnica Agrícola Centro adscrito a la Universidad de Valladolid
Topic: Food; Drought

Curso de Especialista en Contaminación de Suelos
Obtain a deep understanding of the environmental problems caused by the contamination of soils. Through this course you will be able to perform tasks of control and minimization of pollutants, interventions of restoration and recovery of the soil, and implementation of international standards, community and state regulations for its protection.

Date: Application process open through the year
Organization: CESDE, Centro de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa
Topic: Drought

Free Online Permaculture Design Training
Complete in 72+ hours this Permaculture Design Certificate Course, covering relevant topics such as soil regeneration and land restoration. This course is available without charge!

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Regenerative Leadership Institute, Community Foundation
Topic: Food; Drought; Biodiversity

Food Security in the Changing Environment (MSc by Distance Learning)
This course provides students with a detailed understanding of the principles and processes of sustainable food production. Through this distance programe students gain a global perspective to questions whether and how growing demand for food from limited land resources can be met through sustainable intensification.

Date: Application process open through the year
Organization: Bangor University, United Kingdom
Topic: Food

Tropical Forestry (MSc by Distance Learning)
This course provides part-time students from across the world with training in the management of forest resources, understanding of the scientific, academic and practical principles which underpin forest management, forest measurement and forest ecosystem function and the interrelationships between government, industry and communities’ forests and associated land-use.

Date: Application process open through the year
Organization: Bangor University, United Kingdom
Topic: Forests

Understanding Soil
Soil is the skin of the earth. It begins as rock that is broken down by plants, animals, and the elements; it blends with other materials, and becomes the foundation of our the forests, grasslands and fields. This course gives you the opportunity to learn how soil is formed, its relationship with farmers and society, threats and global solutions to protect soil and much more!

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Allversity
Topic: Food; Drought

Interactive maps: Mapping the Sahel drought
This interactive map offered by Al Jazeera explains the impacts of drought in the Sahel Zone. By clicking on the different central african countries visitors can learn for instance how many people are effected and how drought effects the local food production.

Date: open anytime
Organization: Al Jazeera
Topic: Drought; Education

Innovations for Food Security: The Business of Sustainable Land and Water Management
Frank van Steenbergen, a water resource and local development manager, discusses a number of innovations in the management of land and water buffers; particularly the development of a number of new techniques, the scope for new financing mechanisms and the lessons from large turn-around programs.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: The Water Channel
Topic: Food; Poverty Reduction

Water and Food: Agricultural Flows and Water Markets
This webinar discusses physical and institutional dimensions affecting agricultural water flows, farmers’ irrigation and crop decisions, distortions caused by faulty policies and how water markets can be harnessed to manage scarcity.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: The Water Channel
Topic: Water; Food

Rural Environmental Management
This do-it-yourself course and training programme offers free, comprehensive learning material about rural environmental management.

Date: open anytime
Organization: International Environmental Forum
Topic: Biodiversity; Education

Short Course on Sustainable Development
This short do-it-yourself course will introduce you to sustainable development, with an emphasis on its underlying ethics and values, and let you explore those aspects that interest you in more detail.

Date: open anytime
Organization: International Environmental Forum
Topic: Biodiversity; Education

Videos and Webinars by the Natural Resources Conservation Service
The Natural Resources Conservation Service offers a large collection of webinars and videos about soil. The Webinars are on topics like soil quality and soil health, land evaluation and spatial disaggregation.

Date:
Organization: The Natural Resources Conservation Service
Topic: Biodiversity; Drought; Education; Forests

Regenerating Austrailia's soil health
The Austrailian National Landcare Facilitator partnered with Soils for Life to deliver a series of webinars to help drive a national conversation around soil health. The webinar series shares information and ideas from leading figures, scientists and farmers who have implemented landscape management changes.

Date: anytime open
Organization: The National Landcare Facilitator partnered with Soils for Life
Topic: Biodiversity

Webinar on Improving Nutrition in Senegal through “Nutrition-led Agriculture”
Register to attend this webinar exploring Yaajeende’s innovative Community Based Solution Provider model that is revolutionizing smallholder and household access to both nutritional and agricultural products and services.

Date: 05/09/2013
Organization: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
Topic: Food

UNESCO Course for Secondary Teachers on Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development (CCESD)
Six day online course, designed to give teachers confidence, to help young people understand the causes and consequences of climate change today

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: UNESCO
Topic: Education

Drought facts webinar
This webinar defines drought and its characteristics. Participants learn about its impacts and  how it can be mitigated. By reference to the Ojos Negros Valley in Mexico it explains strategies how to cope with drought. The webinar is free and open anytime.

Date: anytime open
Organization: The Ojos Negros Research Group
Topic: Drought

Soil Carbon Storage
This very appealing webinar gives a good insight into the topic of soil carbon storage. The content is explained in short texts and is illustrated with many pictures and graphics.

Date: Open anytime!
Organization: SCITABLE by nature education
Topic: Biodiversity

Water Quality
This webinar provides knowledge related to water and water quality. In short paragraphs topics like water pollution, sources of pollutants, wells and groundwater and water usage and conservation are explained. The website also provides further readings related to the various topics.

Date: anytime open
Organization: GRACE Communications Foundation
Topic: Water

Soil Quality
This webinar provides knowledge related to soil and soil quality. In short paragraphs topics like soil erosion, erosion control, sustainable nutrient management or covering of crops are explained. Also the website provides further reading materials related to the topics.

Date: open anytime
Organization: GRACE Communications Foundation
Topic: Biodiversity

Sustainable Crop Production
In this webinar participants can read and learn about sustainable crop production. In a very appealing way the course imparts knowledge about how sustainable crops are grown, how important the soil health is and what seeds should be choosen. The course is free and open anytime.

Date: anytime open
Organization: GRACE Communications Foundation
Topic: Food; Biodiversity

Organic Fertilizer for Sustainable Agriculture
This course will tackle the step by step procedures of making organic fertilizer such as Fermented Plant Juice (FPJ), Fermented Fruit Juice (FFJ), Fish Amino Acid (FAA) and Tea Manure.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: Philippine's Department of Agriculture'
Topic: Biodiversity; Food

Educators: How to Be the Effective Communicator You Think You Are
This site gives tips on how to enhance online classes through  effective communication with students.

Date: Available any time online
Organization: Best colleges online
Topic: Capacity Building Topics; Education

Trees For Rehabilitation (Landcare Reafforestation)
Develop a practical understanding of how trees can be used to stabilize degrading soils and improve land quality, usefulness and property value.

Date: Anytime Open!
Organization: ACS Distance Education
Topic: Biodiversity; Drought

FAO Climate and Flood Forecast Applications in Agriculture (Bangladesh)
This free course which is offered by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN gives a good insight into the field of Climate and Flood Forecast Applications geared to the needs of Bangladesh.

Date: Open Anytime!
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
Topic: Climate Change; Water; Capacity Building Topics

Introduction to Sustainable Energy
This class assesses current and potential future energy systems, covering resources, extraction, conversion, and end-use technologies, with emphasis on meeting regional and global energy needs in the 21st century in a sustainable manner.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Topic: Renewable Energy

Groundwater Hydrology
This free E-learning course covers fundamentals of subsurface flow and transport, emphasizing the role of groundwater in the hydrologic cycle, the relation of groundwater flow to geologic structure, and the management of contaminated groundwater.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Topic: Water

Environmental Earth Science
This course explores the many ways in which geologic and anthropologic processes control and modify the Earth's environment.

Date: Anytime Open
Organization: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Topic: Water; Biodiversity

Black Gold: The Secrets of Compost
This short video was filmed with garden graduates in Swaziland, and is the first in a series of training workshop film adaptations which aim to present practical information using the storytelling tradition to enliven learning.

Date: anytime open
Organization: GardenAfrica
Topic: Biodiversity; Food

Webinar: Performance of Organic Treatments in Long-Term Systems Trials: Organic Benefits and Challenges In the Face of Climate Change
This free webinar discusses the effects and benefits of organic treatments in long-term system trials in the face of climate change. The Webinar consists of an extansive video and other learning material. It is free and accesible anytime.

Date: anytime open
Organization: University of Vermont
Topic: Biodiversity; Food; Climate Change

Communicating for Food Security
This course provides guidance on how to design and implement a communication strategy for food security information.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction Programme
Topic: Capacity Building Types; Food; Education; Awareness Raising

Webinar: Organic Seed Growers Conference 2012: Selected Live Broadcasts
eOrganic and the Organic Seed Alliance brings you selected live broadcasts from the Organic Seed Growers Conference in Port Townsend, WA.

Date: anytime open
Organization: The University of Vermont
Topic: Food; Biodiversity

Food Security Concepts and Frameworks
Online course defining the concept of food security and its relationship to the concepts of vulnerability, hunger, malnutrition and poverty.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction Programme (EU, FAO, IFAD, WFP)
Topic: Food; Poverty Reduction; Education; Capacity Building Topics

Social analysis for agriculture and rural investment projects
The course provides guidance on how to introduce social analysis into investment programmes and projects.

Date: anytime open
Organization:
Topic: Food; Poverty Reduction; Awareness Raising; Capacity Building Topics

Sustainable Communities: A Local Systems Approach to Planning
The course offers a systems perspective of community sustainability, looking through the lens of some of the common topics that communities are facing today-- energy, local food, built environments, mobility, natural resources, community capacity, and economic development.

Date:
Organization: University of Vermont
Topic: Capacity Building Types; Biodiversity; Food

Soil Management (Agriculture)
This course comprises various aspects of soil and soil health. Participants learn how to improve soils and how to benefit from them.

Date: anytime open
Organization:
Topic: Drought; Food; Poverty Reduction

Water Management
Irrigated lowland rice is normally grown under flooded conditions. Rice is the single biggest user of irrigation water in agriculture. To produce one kilogram of rice, it requires on the average of about 3000-5000 liters of water. Therefore, there is a need to develop and disseminate water management practices that can help farmers cope with water scarcity in irrigated environments.

Date: anytime open
Organization: International Rice Research Institute
Topic: Water; Food; Poverty Reduction

Cropping Systems - Production and Postproduction
This very comprehensive and substantial course, is about cropping systems. In four chapters, the course elaborates on environmental, agronomical and socioeconomic aspects of croping systems aswell as on the question of how to combine agriculture and the conservation of nature. The course is free and open anytime.

Date: anytime open
Organization: International Rice Research Institute and the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center
Topic: Food; Biodiversity; Poverty Reduction

Wheat - Production and Postproduction
This very comprehensive and substantial course, offered by the International Rice Research Institute in a cooperation with the Wheat Improvement Center, teaches the process of Wheat production. The service was launched as a service to people working to improve the well-being of poor cereal farmers and consumers.

Date: anytime open
Organization: International Rice Research Institute and the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center.
Topic: Biodiversity; Food; Poverty Reduction

Maize - Production and Postproduction
This very comprehensive and substantial course teaches the process of maize production. This service was launched as a service to people working to improve the well-being of poor cereal farmers and consumers.

Date: anytime open
Organization: International Rice Research Institute and the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center
Topic: Biodiversity; Food; Poverty Reduction; Capacity Building Topics

Best Management Practices for Low Land Irrigated & Rainfed Rice
This very comprehensive and substantial course teaches the entire process of rice production, including land and water management.

Date: anytime open
Organization: International Rice Research Institute
Topic: Biodiversity; Food; Poverty Reduction

Course on Soil Erosion
Erosion and sediment are serious long term problems which affects everyone. Therefore, it is in our best interest to protect our valuable natural resources by minimizing erosion and off-site sedimentation. With proper planning and implementation of selected soil erosion and sedimentation control measures, erosion and off-site sedimentation can be prevented or substantially reduced.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Freie Universität Berlin
Topic: Biodiversity; Climate Change; Water

Geomorphological Response to Climate Change (GRCC)
This free course, offered by the University of Berlin, looks at the dynamics of interactions between climate change and Geomorphology. The course introduces you the possible geomorphological responses to climate change.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Freie Uninversität Berlin
Topic: Climate Change

Watershed Management-Module
In this free e-Learning-Module, offered by the University of Berlin, the basics of watershed management are explained by various figures, texts, animations and other media.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Freie Universität Berlin
Topic: Water

Drought Preparedness and Response
Providing a reliable supply of water requires being prepared for water shortages of varying degree and duration. What can a municipal water supplier do to plan for or mitigate water shortages caused by drought?

Preparing for drought and water shortages before they occur is the best defense. This course will help water managers facing water shortages by illustrating how to employ tried-and-true strategies and tactics of drought mitigation, as well as new tools and methods.

Date: anytime open
Organization: American Water Works Education
Topic: Drought; Water; Climate Change

Introduction to Organic Soil Management and Nutrient Cycles
The Organic Farming Institute of British Columbia (OFIBC), offers both,
On Line Science and Technology and Field Training courses. It is recommended for novice organic farmers to begin with ORG 101: Introduction to Organic Soil Management and Nutrient Cycles or ORG 102: Organic Soil Management Practices and Transitioning to organic methods. Practicing organic farmers should select courses based on needs. Our Administrator, will be happy to assist you to select a training curriculum.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Organic Farming Institute of British Columbia
Topic: Biodiversity; Food

Designing & Funding Community Based Projects with Sustainable Solutions
In this course you will learn a range of skills including participatory needs assessments and evidence-based project design

Date: see course list
Organization: CSD (Center for Sustainable Development)
Topic: Food; Poverty Reduction

Food Security, Nutrition and Starting Home Gardens
Start small, think simple. The purpose of the first year's workshops and the gardens that get planted are to give the participants a win—so that they will be encouraged to plant again the following year. Even if they plant only one bed 1 meter by 4 meters, they should be able to get positive, delicious, nutritious results.

Date: see course list
Organization: CSD (Center for Sustainable Development)
Topic: Food; Poverty Reduction

Introduction to Forestry, Forest, Policy and Economics
This online course will refresh your knowledge and improve your understanding of forestry, market economics and help you understand the interconnections between forest economics and policies

Date: anytime open
Organization: European Forest Institute,  University of Joensuu, UN University,
Topic: Forests

ONLINE DIPLOMA Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change
The Center for Sustainable Development offeres a diploma "Community Based Adaption to Climate Change" entirely conducted online. The diploma consists of 4 different online courses that need to be passed in order to get the diploma.

Date: anytime open
Organization: CSD (Center for Sustainable Development)
Topic: Climate Change

Introductory Curriculum on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation and Conserving and Enhancing Forest Carbon Stocks (REDD+)
This curriculum, consisting of three, self-paced, online courses, provides a basic level of understanding of the basics of climate change, deforestation and forest degradation, and the REDD+ concept.

Date: anytime open
Organization: The Nature Conservancy in Cooperation with giz, WWF, Conservation Interational, CCBA, Rainforest Alliance
Topic: Forests; Climate Change

Camel - Climate Change Education
A free, comprehensive, interdisciplinary, multi media resource for educators. Various free e-learning courses regarding the topic of Climate Change.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Camel - Climate Change Education
Topic: Climate Change

Trade in forest commodities and the role of phytosanitary measures
This short and free E-learning course provides a valuable insight into the topic of forest health practices and associated phytosanitary standards.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Topic: Forests

Community based adaptation to climate change
The e-learning tool 'Planning for Community Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change' supports training on community-based climate change adaptation in agriculture. The tool links research-based knowledge on climate change impacts with examples and experiences on CBA drawn from FAO field projects and a range of country-specific case studies. The intended outcoume of the tool is to assist all actors, who face the challenge of initiating and facilitating adaptation processes at community level.

Date: anytime open
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Topic: Climate Change

Food Security Concepts and Frameworks
The courses offered approaching numerous topics such as Renewable Energy, Food Security, Teacher Education professional courses or Distance and eLearning Professional Development. All courses are offered in English and French.



Date: see calender
Organization: African Virtual University
Topic: Food; Renewable Energy; Education

Webinar: From Forest Bonds to the Forest Finance Facility
This is an archive of a Learning Session that took place in 2012.The speaker in this session  is Iain Henderson, expert on Carbon Finance based in WWF Hong Kong, now working for UNDP in Geneva. He will tell us about his work with forest bonds in his presentation.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: REDD+ Community
Topic: Forests

Webinar: Community management planning and REDD+
Local communities play an important role in landscape conservation and in achieving Zero Net Deforestation and forest Degradation (ZNDD). While planning our landscape interventions, how can we make sure that community voices are heard and their aspirations included in bigger plans?

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: REDD+ Community
Topic: Forests; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building

Webinar: REDD+ at UNFCCC-COP18, Outcomes and Next Steps
This is an archive of a webinar that took place Wednesday, December 12th, 2012. In this webinar, Bruce Cabarle, Leader of WWF's international Forest and Climate Initiative, discusses REDD+ outcomes from the recent UNFCCC-COP18 climate change talks in Doha, Qatar and outlines potential next steps.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: REDD+ Community
Topic: Climate Change; Forests

Webinar: Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) and REDD+
National and jurisdictional REDD+ strategies often include payments to land owners and local communities for reducing carbon emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) has been in existence for the last 15 years and can provide many valuable lessons for REDD+, not only regarding the payment allocation, but also in terms of monitoring systems, institutional arrangements and contract options.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: REDD+ Community
Topic: Biodiversity; Forests

Introduction to Project Management (Self-Study)
The term Project Management itself has a kind of vague, undefined shape to it. And it is certainly not an activity of simply creating a plan and then watching it play out perfectly. Being in control, keeping track of what's going on and knowing the difference between routines or standardised processes on the one hand and projects on the other is essential for success in today's business.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Topic: training in capacity building

Gender Mainstreaming (Self-Study)
A gender mainstreaming strategy aims to make changes to the different status of women and men in order to prevent discrimination and eliminate disadvantages that arise from gender differences. The European Union refers to gender mainstreaming as the "integration of equal opportunities" in all policy actions, including legislation and programs, in all areas and at all levels.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Topic: Gender

Statistics and Climate Change in Africa (Self-Study)
Climate change is an issue many people talk about but not many people really understand properly. This course gives participants the scientific and institutional background information they need for hands-on work in this area.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Topic: Climate Change

Valuation and Mainstreaming of Ecosystem Services into Development Planning
Online training in three parts on economic valuation of biodiversity and ecosystem services.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: The OSLO consortium
Topic: Climate Change; Biodiversity

Integrated financial Strategy to combat desertification. (Stratégie intégrée de financement de la Lutte contre la Désertification)
This e-learning course provides training in the development and implementation of strategies to mobilize financial resources to combat desertification. The training aims at capacity building for both national politics and local actors.
Participants will learn how to identify sources of funding that are available and partnerships aimed at building an integral strategy for research funding.

Date: Anytime (online)
Organization: Global Mechanism to the UNCCD
Topic: institutional capacity building

IFAD e-learning course on smallholder agriculture, environment and climate change
Want to learn more about how you can design and implement  environment and climate activities within your projects?  Make sure you consult the e-learning modules on smallholder agriculture, environment and climate change.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: IFAD
Topic: Food; Biodiversity; Climate Change; Poverty Reduction; Drought

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) e-Centre
These distance learning courses have been designed to assist UNHCR staff and partners in developing their skills and knowledge base in several functional areas. The modules are available completely free of charge by down loading from this website. There is no need to register beforehand.

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Topic: Migration; training in capacity building; institutional capacity building; National Capacity Self-Assessment of country Parties

Ecological Sciences for Sustainable Development - Education Materials
Education, communication, and public awareness are essential elements in ensuring improvements in the quality of life of all people and their environment, eradication of poverty, reducing inequalities and promoting sustainable development.
Environmental education is key for respecting nature and for achieving international  agendas, including the  Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD); the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD); and the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (UNDESD, 2005-2014).

Date: Open Anytime
Organization: UNESCO
Topic: Water; Drought; Biodiversity; training in capacity building

Food Security Policies - Formulation and Implementation
This e-learning course, titled Food Security Policies - Formulation and Implementation, is part of the e-learning curriculum titled “Food Security Information for Action”. The curriculum is being developed to support capacity building and on-the-job training at national and local food security information systems and networks.

Date: Open
Organization: Global Governance for Hunger Reduction, FAO, European Union, IFAD, WFP
Topic: Food

Food Security Concepts and Frameworks
This e-learning course, entitled Food Security Concepts and Frameworks, is part of the e-learning curriculum entitled “Food Security Information for Action”.  The curriculum is being developed as part of the EC-FAO Food Security Information for Action Programme. he curriculum is being developed to support capacity building and on-the-job training at national and local food security information systems and networks.

Date: Open
Organization: Global Governance for Hunger Reduction, FAO, European Union, IFAD, WFP
Topic: Food

Resilience in Food Security Analysis
This e-learning course, entitled Resilience in Food Security Analysis, introduces you to the concept of resilience and its possible use in food security analysis. The course is part of the e-learning curriculum entitled "Food Security Information for Decision Making".

Date: Open
Organization: Global Governance for Hunger Reduction, FAO, European Union, IFAD, WFP
Topic: training in capacity building; Food

Communicating for Food Security
The curriculum is being developed as part of the EC/FAO Programme on Linking Information and Decision Making to Improve Food Security. The curriculum aims to support capacity building and on-the-job training at national and local food security information systems and networks.

Date: Open
Organization: Global Governance for Hunger Reduction, FAO, European Union, IFAD, WFP
Topic: Food; training in capacity building

Water Conservation and Management
This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to design, implement and assess water management plans and procedures. You will learn about water resources, how water conservation measures are applied in various contexts and improve your ability to apply these in the workplace and at home. The course aims to explain the importance of water in the world and the reasons for its sustainable  conservation and management, as well as the methods to save water in agriculture, industry and other occupations.

Date: Open
Organization: ACS Distance Education
Topic: Water

Introduction to Ecology
Learn all about the living world and how organisms interact with one another.  In this course you will cover a wide range of ecological concepts such as ecosystems, natural selection, competition, symbiotic relationships, the formation of rivers and mountains and how humans effect ecological processes.

Date: Open
Organization: ACS Distance Education
Topic: Biodiversity; Forests

Conservation and Environmental Management
Conserving the natural resources of the planet earth has been desirable since ancient times. However, throughout history the basic principles of the use of natural resources have been ignored, sometimes with disastrous results. With this online course the student  will be capable of describing ecological processes and associated sustainable management techniques, investigating specific environmental problems and providing possible solutions, evaluating the relation between industry and pollution, explaining animal conservation strategies and developing profiles of three different conservation and/or environment loby group organizations and procedures used in promoting their cause.

Date: Open
Organization: ACS Distance Education
Topic: Biodiversity; Forests; Water; Renewable Energy; Climate Change

Renewable Energy Sources
Many greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane, occur naturally. However, during the past two centuries, human activities have also added significantly to the level of these naturally occurring gases. In particular, large amounts of carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane are produced by the use of non-renewable energy sources such as oil, natural gas and coal. This free online course is intended to introduce students to the whole area of energy sustainability, climate change and renewable energy technologies.

Date: Open
Organization: Alison
Topic: Renewable Energy

Diploma in Sustainable Development
This free online Diploma in Sustainable Development reviews a diverse range of topics including what exactly sustainability is and what systems of practice are most commonly used, and in particular, examines the importance of sustainable development in counteracting global climate change. Two very important issues in sustainable development are energy sources that meet current and future demands, and water conservation. The course reviews both non-renewable and renewable energy sources and examines how current and future demands for energy can be met for a growing global population.

Date: Open
Organization: Alison
Topic: Biodiversity; Water; Renewable Energy; Climate Change

Diploma in Environmental Science
This course will teach you all about the earth and its system, whilst giving you a good understanding of the earth's resources as well. It will help you to recognise the factors that affect our environment. You will know the difference between renewable and non-renewable energy sources and understand how to manage water supplies. This course provides you with ways to protect the environment.

Date: Open
Organization: Alison
Topic: Biodiversity; Climate Change; Forests; Water; Renewable Energy

The Atmosphere, The Ocean, and Environmental Change
This course explores the physical processes that control Earth's atmosphere, ocean, and climate. Quantitative methods for constructing mass and energy budgets. Topics include clouds, rain, severe storms, regional climate, the ozone layer, air pollution, ocean currents and productivity, the seasons, El Niño, the history of Earth's climate, global warming, energy, and water resources.

Date: Open
Organization: Yale University
Topic: Climate Change

Climate Change and Food Security
This e-learning course, entitled Climate Change and Food Security, is part of the e-learning curriculum entitled "Food Security Information for Decision Making". The curriculum, being developed as part of the "EC/FAO Programme on Linking Information and Decision Making to Improve Food Security" aims to support capacity building and on-the-job training at national and local food security information systems and networks.

Date: Open
Organization: Global Governance for Hunger Reduction, FAO, European Union, IFAD, WFP
Topic: Climate Change; Food; training in capacity building

World Bank Various courses on Climate Change and Governance
The World Bank e-institute offers various e-learning courses and webinars in fields related to capacity building. The e-Institute was launched as a virtual learning classroom to provide convenient, easy, and reliable access to cutting edge knowledge and communities of practice. More than forty-five e-Learning courses address complex real-world problems in priority areas such as governance, health, cities, climate change, and public private partnerships.

Date: See calendar
Organization: World Bank
Topic: training in capacity building; Climate Change; Forests; Water; Drought

FAO and the EU: E-learning Center on Food Security
Food security for all is one of the main objectives of the EU’s Development policy. The EU-FAO partnership has focused on strengthening national food security information systems, while building capacity in fields related to food security. The e-learning courses cover a wide variety of topics in this field and are available for free.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: FAO and the European Union
Topic: training in capacity building; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; Education; Food; Climate Change

Coursera
Coursera is a social entrepreneurship company that partners with the top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. They offer courses from Princeton, University of Michigan, Stanford, and many other (U.S. based) Universities.

Date: See course list
Organization: Coursera
Topic: training in capacity building; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; Education

Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding: Introduction to Conflict Analysis
This course presents an introduction to the subject of conflict analysis, illustrating analytical tools used, with reference to two extended case studies, the conflict in Kosovo and the genocide in Rwanda.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding
Topic: training in capacity building; Education

Business and Climate Change
This course provides participants with a comprehensive overview of business risks and opportunities, tools to use and strategic questions to consider when developing a corporate climate change strategy.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Topic: training in capacity building; Climate Change

Core concepts of the MDGs
This online course focuses on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Since the adoption of the Millennium Declaration by all member states of the United Nations in 2000, the MDGs—which range from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015—form a blueprint agreed to by all the world’s countries and all the world’s leading development institutions.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: UN Development Group (UNDG)
Topic: National Capacity Self-Assessment of country Parties; Education; Poverty Reduction

Planning for Community-based Adaption to Climate Change
Interactive learning sessions and practical resources for training on climate change adaptation in rural communities.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Topic: training in capacity building; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; Climate Change; Food

E-learning module on Integrated Water Resources Management
This module focuses on Integrated Water Resources Management.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: IWAS (International Water Research Alliance Saxony), together with the German IHP/HWRP (International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO and Hydrology and Water Resources Programme of WMO)
Topic: training in capacity building; Water

UNCCLearn: United Nations Platform for Training Services on Climate Change
​UN CC:learn is a collaborative platform that contributes to capacity building by enabling the development of learning initiatives on climate change.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: UNDP and UNEP with 33 partner organisations
Topic: training in capacity building; Climate Change

Water Microbiology
One of the most important challenges confronting the world today is Water Quality and Water Management. This course provides an opportunity to learn key skills and knowledge in the area of water microbiology and also gives the opportunity to acquire practical skills in a university water laboratory in Greece.

Date: Open
Organization: University of the Aegean, Greece
Topic: Water

Building Models in Ecology and Natural Resources Management
This course addresses issues related to the ecology and biology, natural resources administration, environmental impact studies and, in general, in any work related to the interaction of man and nature, as in regional and urban planning.

Date: Any time 2014
Organization: Politechnic University of Catalonia
Topic: Biodiversity

The LenCD learning package on Capacity
LenCD is an informal and open Learning Network on Capacity Development, supported by the UNDP. The LenCD learning package on Capacity is a freely available online resource, designed to help country and sector level practitioners extend their knowledge and skills for facilitating sustainable capacity development.​

Date: None. Available online
Organization: LenCD, Train4Dev
Topic: training in capacity building; Education

ItrainOnline: Training courses in use of new Information and Communication Technologies
​ItrainOnline is a joint initiative of eight organizations with exceptional expertise in computer and Internet training in the South. The ItrainOnline initiative aims to assist civil society organizations (CSOs) and other development actors in developing countries to confront the challenges posed by new information and communications technologies (ICTs).​

Date: Open anytime
Organization: APC, Bellanet, FAO, IICD, INASP, OneWorld, Telecentre, UNESCO
Topic: institutional capacity building; Education

A Teacher’s Guide on desertification
​An activity and educational guide to help teachers to develop teaching programmes to understand and combat the phenomenon of desertification.

Date: Open anytime
Organization: UNESCO and UNCCD
Topic: training in capacity building; Education; Drought

Free Webinar on Desertification and Citizen Action
​​Two webinars that were part of a forum on desertification that took place in February 2012.

Date: Open anytime online
Organization: UNCCD secretariat with EarthAction and The Global Citizens Initiative (TGCI)
Topic: Drought; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building

InfoAsAid: Communication is Aid
The infoasaid e-learning course aims to raise awareness about the key components of effective communication with crisis-affected communities and to build knowledge and skills on how to communicate in practice.​

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: InfoAsAid
Topic: the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; Awareness Raising

IMark group: e-Learning modules on Knowledge and Information Management
​​The IMARK group offers e-learning modules focused on agricultural information management, with a focus on knowledge sharing for development.

Date: Anytime, online
Organization: FAO, in collaboration with over 30 partner and contributing organization
Topic: the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building; Education

How Green Is That Product?
In this course you will learn the basics of the life-cycle assessment (LCA) method for holistic environmental analysis of products, technologies, and systems. LCA sheds light on the environmental implications of the consumption and behavioral choices we all make on a daily basis.

Date: 25 Jan 2014
Organization: Northwestern University
Topic: Climate Change; Food; Poverty Reduction

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