UNEP launches learning tool to reduce risks of disasters
The UN environment programme (UNEP) has unveiled the first massive open online course (MOOC) designed to build resilience against the risks of natural disasters, which it says have been made worse by the unpredictable impacts of climate change.MOOCs offer unlimited participation and open access via the web and provide interactive user forums to share knowledge and information. UNEP intends to use its open access MOOC to build and share a le
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