How ready are local governments of the Western Indian Ocean to implement integrated coastal management?
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What is the role of “emerging” knowledge of climate change in informing and guiding local governments to enable adaptation?
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How ready are local governments of the Western Indian Ocean to use "emerging" climate change data, information and knowledge to enable adaptation?
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The overarching objective of the project is to develop strategies to extend the impact of emerging knowledge relating to coastal vulnerability to enable local government and communities to use knowledge in order to facilitate adaptation and build resilience to climate change.
The project is using a combination of research methods and techniques including desktop reviews, semi-structured interviews, stakeholder engagement in problem analysis and piloting of specific knowledge management and use approaches.
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The partners (and four study nations) in this project include the:
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR; South Africa; semi-state agency)
National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC; Mozambique; government agency)
University of Eduardo Mondlane (UEM, Mozambique; academic institution)
Mauritius Oceanographic Institute (MOI; Mauritius; semi-state agency)
CORDIO East Africa (Kenya; non-government organisation)
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Nova University of Lisbon, Portugal (academic institution).