Chevron Left
Volver a The Sustainable Development Goals – A global, transdisciplinary vision for the future

Opiniones y comentarios de aprendices correspondientes a The Sustainable Development Goals – A global, transdisciplinary vision for the future por parte de Universidad de Copenhague

4.8
estrellas
2,612 calificaciones
685 reseña

Acerca del Curso

In 2015, the UN launched the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Adopted by 193 member states, the goals represent an important international step in setting humanity on a trajectory towards sustainable development. Within this course, you will get a historical overview of how sustainability has been understood, as well as a thorough introduction to the SDGs – what they are, how progress can be measured, and how the SDGs are relevant for the management of the global systems supporting humanity. The course will examine how various societal actors are responding to and implementing the SDGs. While all of the SDGs are essential to sustainable development, SDG 13, Climate Action, is usually perceived as the most urgent in terms of the need for a swift implementation on a global scale. Therefore, particular focus is given to this SDG. Through the course, you will gain up-to-date knowledge of the current understanding of human impacts on the Earth at the planetary level. Progress towards establishing global management of human interactions with the climate system within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is also discussed. The course is designed and taught by Professor Katherine Richardson, who is a member of the 15-person panel appointed by the UN General Secretary in 2016 to write the 2019 Global Sustainable Development Report. In each lecture, Katherine interviews experts who provide insights relevant to the topic at hand....

Principales reseñas

JM
18 de jul. de 2020

Thank you for offering this course (The Sustainable Development Goals-A global transdisciplinary vision for the future). I have passed it but I am not sure how can i get the certificate at this stage.

JJ
15 de jul. de 2020

I loved it, ver interesting and relevant information to the situation we face nowadays! Everyone should take this course to understand that we must evolve as a society to have a better world for all.

Filtrar por:

551 - 575 de 683 revisiones para The Sustainable Development Goals – A global, transdisciplinary vision for the future

por 王亦凡

28 de jun. de 2019

Graet!

por ساره ي ا

18 de sep. de 2020

مفيدة

por Md. R Q S

17 de ago. de 2020

great

por ronak d

23 de jun. de 2020

good.

por KEERTHANA S S

21 de jun. de 2020

super

por TAWFIK A M B A

7 de may. de 2020

great

por Prasaath.n

20 de oct. de 2020

good

por Ajay A R R

19 de oct. de 2020

Good

por KARTHICK L S

13 de oct. de 2020

good

por Madalena M

27 de sep. de 2020

100%

por M. G

24 de sep. de 2020

Good

por SOWMYADEVI G S

11 de sep. de 2020

good

por سهام ع ا

9 de sep. de 2020

g

o

o

d

por YAMINI P

24 de ago. de 2020

Good

por Vimonisha.a

29 de jul. de 2020

good

por Mrunal K

27 de jul. de 2020

good

por HARISH B

20 de jul. de 2020

Good

por Md W R

14 de jul. de 2020

Nice

por Ann A J

23 de jun. de 2020

Good

por Sangeetha.B

5 de jun. de 2020

GOOD

por ANITHA

21 de oct. de 2020

Gud

por MRS. J B G S V

30 de jun. de 2020

OK

por Бисерова К А

19 de may. de 2020

I

por Non J

15 de abr. de 2020

I loved the course and found it covered a lot of ground - and the experts interviewed gave the course good credibility. My only criticisms/areas for improvement would be - a link to / update on the OXFAM Donugth framework paper as it is from 2012 - a more recent update relating to that would have been useful. Also, from a functionality perspective - it's great you can highlight and take notes from videos but if you want to take notes from readings you have to do it OUTSIDE of Coursera - an inbuilt notes tool would be useful to keep all your learnings in one place.

por Oluwafemi O

3 de nov. de 2018

This course, as methodically taught by Katherine (coupled with the discussions with other collaborators) has opened my eyes as a job seeker and as an intending Masters student to understand what the SDGs mean, why they exist, how they came about, the targets they set in clear terms and what my role is in achieving these goals. I have a deeper purpose for wanting a Masters degree and getting a job, I hope getting an opportunity in these two areas of my endeavour gives me an opportunity to attain these SDGs on the long run.