Diverse Ways of Knowing: Challenges for Responding to Climate Change

du Toit, D. R.; Pollard, S. R.; Chikunda, C. and Ison, R. L. (2022). Diverse Ways of Knowing: Challenges for Responding to Climate Change. NORRAG Special Issue 7 Education in Times of Climate Change, 7 69-73 (In Press).

Abstract

Climate change adaptation must include the recognition of uncertainty. This requires modes of learning that are strategically and practically flexible, adaptive and sensitivem to actors’ situations and orientation. Designs for future climate change education can draw on the seven-year program for building resilience to climate change in the transboundary Olifants River Basin to deliver transformative praxis innovations.

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