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21 February 2024 @ 9 h 45 min – 16 h 30 min
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[Circle U.] Online Training for Climate Change Practitioners @ Online

How can policymakers, public service providers and non-governmental professionals help make our societies and infrastructures sustainable for the future? The Circle U. international online training programme invites climate change practitioners to find out over 4 days starting February 20th 2024. Registration is open.

Circle U.brings together Université Paris Cité, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, King’s College, London, UCLouvain, University of Oslo, Aarhus University, University of Belgrade, University of Pisa and University of Vienna

Target audience

Policy makers, public service providers and non governmental professionals


The programme is designed to help professionals in the public sector increase and improve sustainability efforts in their work environments and communities. Over the course of four days, participants will:

  • Gain insight into the science behind climate change
  • Get an overview of EU law and policy frameworks pertaining to climate sustainability
  • Learn about best practices for implementing EU guidelines
  • Find out how to adapt them to your own work environment
  • Exchange with academics and peers
  • Extend your professional network across Europe

Participants will benefit from the expertise of speakers from the worlds of research, public services and private economy. Knowledge and actionable insights into what works where and how to make a difference will be gained.

Participation is free of charge and, upon completion, Circle U. issues a certificate.


February 20, 21, 27 and 28 2024

Register by January 29th 2024

* A few spots are reserved for academics and PhD students interested in the topic. Please use the general registration form.

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