Climate change makes headlines daily. The climate is changing and the need to address it has never been higher. But what is causing these changes and what actions could most effectively address them and protect frontline communities? Begin by developing an understanding of the dynamics at play in Earth’s climate structure, and the natural factors that influence it, from atmospheric radiation to ocean currents. Then dive into how climate change is connected to health. Learn how to work with climate datasets, get experience constructing and using climate models, and come away with a deepened understanding of the interdisciplinary sciences—physics, chemistry, oceanography, and more—that can help us make sense of and address the climate and health crises.