ONLINE COURSE

Climate + Philanthropy: A Compact Learning Journey

Online short course supporting philanthropy professionals to take climate action

Join the next cohort and learn strategies from 20+ climate and philanthropy experts to help get to a place of action faster.

Increasingly, climate change and our response to it is taking centre stage at all levels of society. With only 2% of funding going to climate mitigation, the philanthropy sector needs to do more to respond proactively to climate change and champion positive societal change. By taking our Climate + Philanthropy online short course, you’ll gain the insights needed to drive the change for a more regenerative and prosperous future – from within your foundation and beyond. Guided by over 20 industry experts, you will explore how to align your grantmaking, operations and investing with climate action, and become a driver for change in your network.

 

Integrating climate action into your work can feel daunting. This course will give you the confidence to take effective action. It will help you situate yourself in the wider ecosystem of climate philanthropy and equip you with the skills and expertise needed to take immediate next steps.

Jon Cracknell,
Director at The Hour Is Late

 

 

 

Why take this course?

Our online course has been designed to equip you with everything you need on your climate journey and drive change within your sphere of influence. By the end of the eight-week long course, you’ll come away with confidence, a clear picture of how to integrate climate into your work, and a new, supportive community of like-minded peers to collaborate with. 


Want to know more?

 

Visit our course page for more information about the course content and structure, featured industry experts, dates for upcoming cohorts and more. If you have any questions about the course, please get in touch with our team.

 

 

Designed by Active Philanthropy and presented in partnership with Philea. 
The course has been created with the generous support of the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation and Stiftung Mercator.