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Institutional networks and self organised adaptation: tracing the democratic architectures of climate response (SLU)
INSTITUTIONAL NETWORKS AND SELF ORGANISED ADAPTATION: TRACING THE DEMOCRATIC ARCHITECTURES OF CLIMATE RESPONSE (SLU)
This project has been awarded by Swedish Research Council and looks at how democratic political systems - comprised of multiple actors and institutions shape local responses to climate risk and change in vulnerable populations in the rural Himalayan region in India and Nepal.
The project was launched on June 1, 2019.
The project aims to answer the below mentioned questions:
What are the portfolios of climate risks that different households face?
What are the political channels through which citizens seek support for climate threats?
What are the networks of interactions through which state responses are developed?
What are the recursive effects of these responses on households' experience of climate risk?