Transdisciplinary, co-production and co-exploration
Integrating knowledge across science, policy and practice in FRACTAL

The Future Resilience of African Cities and Lands (FRACTAL) research project aims to contribute to creating more climate resilient and equitable development pathways for city-regions across the African continent, particularly relating to water, energy and food security. The FRACTAL project, which in its inception phase, aims to both advance scientific knowledge of southern African regional climate responses to human drivers of climate change, and enhance the integration of scientific climate knowledge into city-regional decision-making. The project aims to apply three forms of knowledge production, namely, transdisciplinarity, co-production and co-exploration.


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