Posts Tagged ‘Africa’

Spilling the beans on climate change

By Hannah Parker Geography students studying ‘Resilience for Sustainable Development’ had a change from their normal lecture format recently, and instead played a game. This wasn’t just for fun though, as ‘serious gaming’ is becoming a popular way of sharing complex information with a range of potential users and giving them opportunity to discuss its […]

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Tell me a story… How do climate perceptions match up to observations?

By Helen Greatrex. “I don’t know the reasons, but I know the climate is changing,” Medhin Reda, a 45-year-old farmer eking a living for her family from two rain-fed fields in northern Ethiopia, said. “I don’t really remember drought seasons as a child… The rain was good.” [1] The world would be nothing without stories.  […]

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