Future Climate for Africa invites interested individuals to attend a micro e-learning course on Expert and Government Review of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Reports.
The objective of the course is to increase the involvement of African experts and governments in the review process of the drafts of the IPCC 6th Assessment Report (including Special Reports) with a view to enhancing both the scientific quality and policy relevance of the IPCC reports for African stakeholders.
The training is aimed at African experts and governments on physical climate science, climate impacts, adaptation, vulnerability and mitigation. The course will be delivered by distinguished international experts with extensive past involvement in the IPCC.
The course will consist of three one-hour webinars, presented live on 5, 7 and 19 June 2018. There will be the option of personal feedback by the presenters. It will explain how the IPCC works, how to judge texts and graphs, and how produce effective review comments. The course will deliver a unique opportunity to increase the influence of African stakeholders and scientists on the authoritative IPCC reports.
For detailed information and for access to registration for the course, please click here.