DIGITAL CLIMATE FUTURES – A decolonial and justice perspective on digitalised climate change adaptation is a 3-year research project (2023-2025) based at Lancaster University and Bath Spa University. The project is funded the Leverhulme Trust.

We are investigating how the digital is entering climate adaptation – a theme that is surprisingly underexplored and under-theorised.

To fill this gap, the project develops a novel theoretically driven and empirically grounded research programme that for the first time combines a justice angle on climate adaptation with decolonial approaches to the digital. 

Read more about our research programme and team

De- or re-colonising climate adaptation? 
Indigenous and local knowledge in the climate adaptation machine

Our project is chairing a session at the upcoming RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2024, London, August 27-30

Come and join the discussion if you are in London!