You must complete the steps below before you are officially enrolled into Climate Academy. Failure to complete these steps will result in a delay or denial of your request to enroll in Climate Academy.
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1) Submit a registration request through DOI Learn: https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo (DOI employees – Ensure your supervisor approves your request in DOI Learn). Non-DOI participants new to the DOI Learn system need to first establish an account to obtain a User ID and Password. From the login page, simply use the “Request A New Account ” link
2) Complete the 5 question application that is emailed to you after you have registered through DOI Learn. (Please allow 5-7 days for your request to be processed and the application to be emailed to the address in your DOI Learn profile).
3) You are not officially enrolled until you receive a confirmation email from the course leader stating you have been enrolled (about 10 weeks prior to the start of class).
Natural resource managers are tasked with understanding climate change impacts and using this knowledge in making decisions. This 6-month online course is designed to cover the fundamentals of climate science, provide an overview of tools and resources for climate adaptation, and increase climate literacy and communication skills. The course is designed to encourage networking among conservation professionals engaged in the management of fish, wildlife, habitat and cultural resources and provides participants an opportunity to interact with experts as they address case studies across multiple habitat types.
Beginning in January, a webinar session with leading experts in these topics, will be held every other week for 5 months, for a total of 10 sessions. Pre-webinar assignments, class resources and discussion forums will be accessed through Moodle, a distance learning platform (no special software required). Course participants will then develop a final product (such as a report or presentation) addressing climate change in their management of natural resources.
The course was developed in partnership with staff from the USFWS’s NCTC, The Wildlife Society (TWS), the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA), the National Park Service (NPS), and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW).
Tuition fee for this course is $200.00. For guidance on providing your payment information, please see “Payment Information at:
It is expected that a minimum of 40 hours is dedicated to participate in lectures, discussions, and complete reading assignments. This equals 6-8 hours/month.