Political ecologists, while proficient at analysis, deconstruction and critique, are criticised for their lack of practice engagement and fostering action for social change. Acknowledging that environmental issues cannot be solved soley by experts via top-down approaches but need to also be addressed by communities and civil society actors, this project will engage and collaborate with a diverse set of actors to build a ‘community of praxis’. The proposal aims (i) to provide an in depth understanding of the role of digital tools to help green CDIs mobilise and foster engagement and (ii) to develop a novel framework that combines PE with human-centred design to develop equitable and integrated green solutions in the future.
|Effective start/end date||01/08/2022 → 30/06/2023|
- Green Citizen-Driven Initiatives
- Climate Change
- Political ecology
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