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Provides opportunities to deepen understanding and engagement in applied and decolonized design thinking, leadership development, and the application of transdisciplinary thinking to climate action, in a seminar-style course. Emphasizes the role of leadership in change, and the design of a leadership plan based on a personal theory of change, a consideration of resilience (personal and collective), and the activation of a life-long learning approach to leadership. Provides opportunities to translate and mobilize knowledge and learning through a three-day Climate Action conference designed to engage students, faculty, other climate change adaptation experts and professionals, and interested citizens in dialogue and knowledge sharing, and mobilizing knowledge into action. Prerequisites: CALS501 and enrolment in degree program.