Our Research

The role of the digital in governing adaptation to climate change is surprisingly underexplored and undertheorised in interdisciplinary scholarship on the governance and politics of adaptation.

To fill this gap, the project (funded the Leverhulme Trust) develops a novel theoretically driven and empirically grounded research programme that combines a justice angle on climate adaptation with decolonial approaches to the digital.

The project will develop a critical analytical framework and investigate digital climate change adaptation initiatives empirically, via a global mapping of discourses and practices and a case study in rural India.

Scope and Aims

Mapping digital climate adaptation

Case Study – Rural India

Read More – Our Background Research