Climate Change & Resilience
At LUCSUS, we have a long-standing focus on adressing the societal dimensions of climate change, such as food security, greenhouse gas emission reductions, and transformation of energy and urban and rural land use systems. We adress these dimensions from the perspectives of poverty, inequality, gender, governance, consumption patterns, economy, justice and responsibility.
Through a variety of projects, on both a local and global level, our researchers examine drivers of environmental change. For example, impacts on and engagement by governmental and non-governmental actors, how change is happening: at which scale, who does it affect, and who directs change?
At LUCSUS, we drill into issues of values beliefs and needs that underpins responses to climate change, issues of justice and responsibility, and forms of adaptive and anticipatory governance in decision-making.
Keywords: mitigation, adaptation, loss and damages, resilience, justice, governance, food security, energy
Current and recently finished projects
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- Arts-based Sustainability Research for the Sustainable Development Goals (Arts4SDGs)
- Developing national and local risk reduction and resilience strategies
- Building Inclusive Urban Communities
- City-to-City learning lab
- Community Energy Nepal
- Contemplative Sustainable Futures
- DICE: Recasting the disproportionate impacts of climate change extremes
- Ecological citizen and right to the city movements in Europe
- Global Attribution Models, Mediation and Mobilisation in Sweden and Spain
- Improving Rural Livelihoods through the Diffusion of Sustainable Innovations
- Inclusive Resilience-Building to Floods in Informal Settlements
- Minnet är kort. Lantbrukares upplevelse av torkan 2018
- Migration, Transformation and Sustainability (MISTY)
- NATURVATION – NATure-based Urban innoVATION
- Narrating Climate Futures
- Negative emissions and the politics of a projected future
- Sustainable Urban Transformation for Climate Change Adaptation
- The takeoff of Staying on the Ground
NEWS AND VIDEOS
A study By Kimberly Nicholas has identified the four actions that would have the greatest impact on an individual’s greenhouse gas emissions: eating a plant-based diet, avoiding air travel, living car free, and having fewer children.