Climate Change and Social Learning Find out what social learning for climate resilience means on this flyer.
Introduction to the Climate Change and Social Learning work space
In late 2011, the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security ([http:ccafs.cgiar.org/| CCAFS]) Theme on "Integration for Decision Making" issued a call for proposals for people and organizations to help develop a strategy on "communication and social learning in climate change, agriculture and food security". Following background work by Institute for Development Studies ([https:www.ids.ac.uk/| IDS]) and International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), a workshop on these topics was held in May 2012 to take this strategy forward. Out of that workshop, a Climate Change and Social Learning (CCSL) working group has emerged. The group is investigating how social learning approaches can improve institutional processes and effectiveness and lead to better development outcomes in the context of climate change.
This wiki is the space where the Climate Change and Social Learning (CCSL) working group shares information and knowledge. It contains information on how to use social learning the best possible way and understand the work better:
- Defining social learning within the climate change context
- Getting to know the sandbox, a space to share, learn and discuss social learning and development
- Various elements of a strategy for the initiative: recent developments, major change areas identified and next steps.
- A list of projects that have been started as part of this work
- Resources that can practically help you: a framework and toolkit; a page listing CCSL publications, wider research, videos and related works on social learning; a glossary and list of acronyms
- All events and conversations that have contributed to developing this CCSL body of work since the foundational workshop
- A site map to guide you through pages and sub-pages of this work space.
> Main organizations involved in the Climate Change and Social Learning initiative are individuals from the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), and the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), and individuals from across a number of organisations and movements involved or interested in how social learning can positively impact climate adaptation and mitigation programs and activities, among many things.
If you are interested in the Climate Change and Social Learning Initiative and the work we do, please get in touch with [Ewen LeBorgne ]for more information. We are using YAMMER as our forum for direct communications. Find us, under the Climate Change and Social Learning Network Group or contact Ewen for information on how to become a member. Send an email introducing your self and why you're interested in joining our group.