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Impacts of Climate Change and their Solutions

Impacts of Climate Change and their Solutions

Open seminar in Czech language

The seminar Impacts of Climate Change and their Solutions is organized as an open seminar for employees from different institutions and also as an in-house seminar organized for employees of clients with tailor made requirements.

Objectives of the seminar

The topic of climate change is highly debated in the media and clearly divides society into two distinct groups. After attending the seminar, you will be able to form your own, fact-based opinion on the significance and extent of the (potential) impacts of climate change and the meaningfulness and feasibility of individual proposals for solutions.

You will be able to use the information provided during the seminar both in developing (adapting) your corporate strategy and in assessing the impact of climate change, not only in your business sector but also in your everyday life. You will learn what information about climate change is undeniable facts, what is scientific conclusions, pure speculation or even complete fabrications and hoaxes. We will help you to understand the meaningfulness of the measures taken or planned and the overall urgency of the problem.

For whom it is intended

The seminar is intended for anyone who wants to understand the issue of climate change in terms of its seriousness and solvability and to make up their own mind based on the facts. Managers and entrepreneurs will gain valuable insight into how climate change (or the measures taken to address it) may impact their business and whether to consider it a threat or an attractive opportunity.


Seminar content

Part 1: The nature of the problem

  • Introduction
  • What is weather?
  • Climate and natural climate change
  • Human activity and its impact on nature
  • The greenhouse effect
  • The usual suspect: CO2

Part 2: The dimension of the problem

  • Who is to blame?
  • The impact of CO2 increase on the climate, or how much can we trust scientists' predictions?
  • The impact of hypothetical climate change on nature and humans

Part 3: Response pathways

  • How to face the problem of CO2 increase?
  • Energy sources, their advantages and disadvantages
  • An economist's view of the problem
  • A sociologist's view of the problem
  • Climate change risk and its management
  • The role of the individual
  • The role of companies
  • The role of states or political pathways to solving the problem
  • Executive summary of response pathways


Seminar details in PDF