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Solving ‘wicked’ problems: can social learning catalyse adaptive responses to climate change?

Source(s):  International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

The aim of this compendium of case studies is to better understand when and how different processes foster social learning and adaptive responses to climate change. Additionally, it aims to track the progression from of the process to the results, learning outcomes, and positive changes in values and practice. 

These eight studies from come from five diverse initiatives employing social learning approaches in responses to such problems using the Climate Change and Social Learning (CCSL) initiative’s Monitoring and Evaluation framework. Working with each of these initiatives, the four dimensions of the framework have been explored in-depth – namely engagement, iterative learning, capacity development and challenging institutions. 



 
 
  • Solving ‘wicked’ problems: can social learning catalyse adaptive responses to climate change?
  • Publication date 2017
  • Author(s) Marissa Van Epp; Ben Garside
  • Number of pages 141 p.

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