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Graduate Certificate in Science and Policy of Climate Change with Royal Roads University


Royal Roads University presents their new Graduate Certificate in Science and Policy of Climate Change to empower you to identify climate challenges and solutions and act on them

Find out more about Royal Roads Universities new Graduate Certificate in Science and Policy of Climate Change (GCSPCC). The GCSPCC integrates the most up-to-date science and policy innovations to give you the critical knowledge, interdisciplinary education, and practical skills, to empower you to identify climate challenges and solutions and act on them.

This certificate consists of three 3-credit courses delivered entirely online and can be completed in less than a year. You’ll be introduced to the leading-edge science and the wide-ranging impacts of climate change, climate policy innovations, and governance from local to global levels. You’ll carry out an experiential, hands-on project to address climate change in an organization such as an Indigenous group, NGO, industry group or government at any level.

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Jamaal Cox, Education Advisor

Student Recruitment team, Royal Roads University

Jamaal Cox is an Education Advisor and member of the Student Recruitment team at Royal Roads University.  Jamaal has worked in the education field for the past seven years as a teacher, librarian, and writing instructor.  Originally from Richmond, VA USA, he has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Leslie King, Professor

School of Environment and Sustainability, Royal Roads University

Leslie King is program head of the Master of Arts and Master of Science in Environmental Practice programs and the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice programs at Royal Roads University. She directs the Canadian Centre for Environmental Education in partnership with ECO Canada.

She holds degrees from the University of British Columbia, York University, University of Toronto and the London School of Economics. King was faculty at the University of Vermont, the Founding Chair of Environment at the University of Northern British Columbia, Founding Dean of the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources at the University of Manitoba and Vice President Academic at Vancouver Island University.

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Royal Roads University presents their new Graduate Certificate in Science and Policy of Climate Change to empower you to identify climate challenges and solutions and act on them

Find out more about Royal Roads Universities new Graduate Certificate in Science and Policy of Climate Change (GCSPCC). The GCSPCC integrates the most up-to-date science and policy innovations to give you the critical knowledge, interdisciplinary education, and practical skills, to empower you to identify climate challenges and solutions and act on them.

This certificate consists of three 3-credit courses delivered entirely online and can be completed in less than a year. You’ll be introduced to the leading-edge science and the wide-ranging impacts of climate change, climate policy innovations, and governance from local to global levels. You’ll carry out an experiential, hands-on project to address climate change in an organization such as an Indigenous group, NGO, industry group or government at any level.

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Jamaal Cox, Education Advisor

Student Recruitment team, Royal Roads University

Jamaal Cox is an Education Advisor and member of the Student Recruitment team at Royal Roads University.  Jamaal has worked in the education field for the past seven years as a teacher, librarian, and writing instructor.  Originally from Richmond, VA USA, he has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Leslie

Leslie King, Professor

School of Environment and Sustainability, Royal Roads University

Leslie King is program head of the Master of Arts and Master of Science in Environmental Practice programs and the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Environmental Practice programs at Royal Roads University. She directs the Canadian Centre for Environmental Education in partnership with ECO Canada.

She holds degrees from the University of British Columbia, York University, University of Toronto and the London School of Economics. King was faculty at the University of Vermont, the Founding Chair of Environment at the University of Northern British Columbia, Founding Dean of the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources at the University of Manitoba and Vice President Academic at Vancouver Island University.