Welcome to the Climate Smart platform, where you will have the opportunity to learn about the challenges of climate change and the opportunities for taking climate action to deal with them.
You will learn how decisions are made about reducing impacts of climate change and learning to live well with those we can’t reduce.
You will find out how you can do your bit as a climate citizen.
There are a series of workshops for you to follow, with videos to watch and quizzes to complete along the way.
As you successfully complete each workshop you will be awarded Climate Credits. Once you’ve completed all the workshops you can use these Credits in the iAdapt game.
The iAdapt game allows you to experience the difficult decisions that policy officers and politicians have to take in adapting to climate change.
You will have the credits – what kind of climate response will you design and how will it change the way we live?
While Climate Smart's content is free for everyone, it is an educational resource; some of its features are designed to be used sequentially: they can only be accessed after you complete other sections of the site.
In order to do this, we need to keep track of what workshop sections and quizzes you've completed.
We will not share – even transiently – your email address, any details you provide to us, or any data you generate while using the site with any third party.
We do not use third-party analytics. We track your workshop progress and quiz score, and how you play the game, but we do not track any other details about your use of the site.
If you would like to request a copy of the data we have associated with the email address you gave us when you registered, or would like us to delete this data, please email [email protected].
Climate Smart follows the Trinity College Dublin Child Protection Policy which is designed to promote best practice in child protection within College.
This policy is based on the recommendations contained in Children First – National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children (2011) and Our Duty to Care – The Principles of Good Practice for the Protection of Children and Young People.