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A decolonial and justice perspective on digitalised climate change adaptation (Digital Climate Futures)

Project: Research


The project investigates how the digital is entering climate adaptation – a theme that is surprisingly underexplored and under-theorised.

To fill this gap, the project develops a novel theoretically driven and empirically grounded research programme that for the first time combines a justice angle on climate adaptation with decolonial approaches to the digital.

This is a 3-year research project based at Lancaster University and Bath Spa University, funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
Short titleDigital Climate Futures
Effective start/end date23/01/2322/01/26


  • The Leverhulme Trust: £223,266.53