Have questions about the course? Not sure what Climate Masters of Nebraska is? This list of frequently asked questions is a great place to start!
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What is Climate Masters of Nebraska?
Climate Masters of Nebraska is an adult education program that will educate people about climate change and empower them to take actions to reduce their carbon footprint.
Who can become a Climate Master?
Anyone! The only requirement is that you are at least 19 years of age by the time the course begins. No science background is needed for the course.
How can I become a Climate Master?
Our next course will be offered as soon as we receive funding (hopefully Spring or Fall of 2016). Please check back regularly for updates.
Is there a fee for the course?
No. All that is asked of you is the completion of 30 hours of volunteer work within 6 months from the start of the course.
When do classes begin?
We are hoping to hold the next class in Spring or Fall of 2016. Check back for updates.
Where does the course take place?
Most classes will take place in Hardin Hall, which is located on UNL's East Campus at the intersection of 33rd and Holdrege Streets in Lincoln, Nebraska. Field trips will occur at different locations in Lincoln.
Who teaches the course?
You will get to learn about climate change and how to reduce your carbon footprint from experts in a wide variety of subjects ranging from climate, local food resources, to waste management.
What do I have to do for the 30 hours of volunteer work?
There are many opportunities available to fulfill your volunteer hours. Develop educational modules for the Climate Masters website, organize a litter pick up, construct rain barrels, run an informational booth at an outreach event, or design a project on your own!