Environmental Psychology Related Online Courses – part III (Sustainability)

The topic of how people affect the environment makes up one half of the environmental psychology’s story. It is a Yin to its Yang, the complimentary field to the topics of how the environment (both natural and built) affects us. Many studies in environmental psychology target the attitudes and behavior concerning sustainability and climate change, the big issues that transcend the limits of just one science. That is why the third part of my Environmental Psychology Related Online Courses series focuses specifically on these topics. It was very easy to find many promising courses, which is, I believe, due to the fact that many people find sustainability and climate change important and worth learning about. Here are my finds:

introsus

 

introsus 1. Introduction to Sustainability at Coursera

practice 2. Sustainability in Practice at Coursera

mit 2 3. Design for Sustainability at MIT

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global  4. Global Warming: The Science and Modeling of Climate Change at Coursera

literacy  5. Climate Literacy: Navigating Climate Change Conversations at Coursera

dimensions  6. Climate Change in Four Dimensions at Coursera

clim sus  7. Climate Change and Sustainability at Lab Space

clim sus

scandinavia  9. Greening the Economy: Lessons from Scandinavia at Coursera

sids 10.  Small Island Developing States in a Changing Climate: Paths to Adaptation at Coursera

itune 11. Innovation Design: Energy and Sustainability at iTunes

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critical  12. Critical Thinking in Global Challenges at Coursera (partly referring to climate change)

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