Trains you to use The Nature Conservancy's Indicators of Hydrological Alteration software. This software can be used to assess how rivers, lakes and underground basins are affected by human activities over time, or to evaluate future water management scenarios.
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Introduces the Coastal Resilience Gulf of Mexico Decision Support Tool. This web-based mapping tool informs coastal management decision-making using spatial data at the state or site level. You will use this tool to conduct restoration scenario planning and explore future scenarios such as sea level rise.
Introduces the concepts of climate change, deforestation, forest degradation, and REDD+. Module 1 provides background information on climate change, the drivers of deforestation, and strategies for reducing deforestation and forest degradation. Module 2 explores REDD+ technical, political, financial, social, and environmental issues. Module 3 explains the basics of implementing REDD+ activities, undertaking REDD+ policy negotiations, and building capacity to develop credible REDD+ activities.