Training future leaders
Climate Change: Science and Solutions
This I-Explore module is offered to 2nd Year students in Autumn Term. The module, which is integrated into student's programmes and counts for a credit towards their degree, will teach participants how to construct arguments on the urgency, implications and impacts of climate, and to understand the nature of the climate crisis.
Adult education and further learning
Understanding Climate Change and Sustainability
Climate change is one of the biggest issues facing our society today – but how does it even work? And what can be done about it? This 10-week course, delivered in person at Imperial's South Kensington Campus, will explore our planet’s changing climate with a focus on nature, science, society – and solutions.
Online Learning: Clean Power Programme
The Grantham Institute has co-produced online courses about the shift to a low-carbon energy system. The courses cover the opportunities and advantages of clean power, the tools needed to build a global low-carbon power sector and the challenges and solutions of the energy transition.
Climate Innovation: Accelerating to Net Zero Emissions
This six-week online programme will introduce you to the foundations of climate science and its applications for combating climate change, and helps students develop frameworks for leading impact-driven initiatives that drive business value, and create a carbon-neutral world.
Climate Change and Mental Health
Climate change and mental health are two of the biggest challenges facing governments globally, and they’re inextricably linked. Working with Apolitical, the Grantham Institute and Imperial's Institute of Global Health Innovation have developed an online program for people working in government to learn more about the connections between climate change, climate action and mental health.