There are nine parts to the course, each with a video, notes and exercises. You can work through the parts at your own pace. Click Part 1: Introduction below to start. At any point you can register to access additional materials, take part in discussion groups, and receive a completion certificate.
The nine parts correspond to the chapters of the Routledge textbook Ecolinguistics: language, ecology and the stories we live by. After the introduction, each part explores one of the types of story described in the book: ideologies, metaphors, framings, evaluations, identities, convictions, erasure and salience.