MOOCInterested in learning more about the relationship between agriculture, food production, sustainability and climate change? Join the  Massive Online Open Courses (MOOC) through the University of Wisconsin entitled, Climate Change Policy and Public Health. Listen to the Sustainable Dairy project's Co-Director, Molly Jahn, discuss the relationship between agricultural policy and national and global health issues in Week 3. Join the interesting on-line discussions, too. To learn more about the MOOC, please look at their website.

Many educators and researchers across the Sustainable Dairy project and other USDA-grant funded efforts are contributing to and leading efforts to create and enhance curriculum at the collegiate level, and for extracurricular or professional education. 

If you are an agricultural extension educator, consultant, student, or producer you may want to consider completing the online course being offered by our colleagues with the Animal Agriculture and Climate Change group. More information about the course can be accessed on their website.

Camel logo.pngAnother great source for climate change education resources is the Climate Adaptation Mitigation E-Learning, or CAMEL, website.  CAMEL is a interdisciplinary, multi-media, collaborative project funded through the National Science Foundation and offering educators free tools to teach about climate change causes, consequences, solutions and actions.