This paper aims to explore the importance of the socio-political and cultural dimensions of adaption to climate change, using the case of responses to floods in Mozambique. It conceptualizes climate change adaption as an arena where social actors at different scales, from national to local, have different understandings of adaption, interest and power which, combined, significantly affect the outcomes of government-driven adaption plans.
Developing Clean And Green Technologies To Combat Climate Change.
Designing An Innovation System To Stimulate Industry R&d.
Implementing Inclusive Innovation Initiatives To Enhance Productivity In Agriculture And The Informal Sector