climate change social impacts sustainabilty innovation

Willkommen bei NISANSA – 
ein BMBF-Verbundprojekt der Philipps-Universität Marburg und der Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen.
Wir ergänzen die Klimawandelforschung um regional- und sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven und nehmen dabei den Globalen Süden in den Blick.

***SAVE THE DATE: die zweite internationale NISANSA-Konferenz als transdisziplinäres Forum und in Zusammenarbeit zwischen NISANSA, ARUA und TSITICA am 13. und 14. März in Kapstadt, Südafrika.
Titel: 'Pathways of change in the social response to climate change in unequal societies in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America'

Die Frage adäquater sozialer Reaktionen auf Klimawandelfolgen ist eine der zentralen Herausforderungen für die Zukunft.

Das Verbundprojekt NISANSA ergänzt die Klimawandelforschung um regional- und sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven und nimmt dabei den Globalen Süden in den Blick.
Das Projekt untersucht, mit welchen Klimawandelfolgen die Gesellschaften des Globalen Südens (südliches Afrika und nördliches Südamerika) konfrontiert sind, welche Potenziale, darauf zu reagieren, bestehen und welche Auswirkungen dies für den globalen Norden, Europa und Deutschland hat.

Forschungsinteresse

Globaler Süden im Fokus

 

 

Südliches Afrika (Angola, Botsuana, Malawi, Mosambik, Namibia, Südafrika) 

 

Nördliches Südamerika (Brasilien, Ecuador, Kolumbien, Venezuela)

  • Mit welchen Klimawandelfolgen sind die Länder des globalen Südens konfrontiert?
  • Wie thematisieren sie den Klimawandel und seine Folgen?
  • Welche sozialen Konsequenzen resultieren für diese Regionen und welche Möglichkeiten und Potentiale existieren darauf zu reagieren?
  • Mit welchen Praktiken, Programmen und institutionellen Strukturen wird den Klimawandelfolgen begegnet?
  • Welche Praktiken nachhaltigen Handelns entstehen dabei (Nachhaltigkeitsinnovation)?
  • Und was sind die Folgen für den globalen Norden, Europa und Deutschland?

Diese Fragen untersucht das Verbundprojekt zwischen der UMR und der JLU in transregionaler und vergleichender Perspektive ausgehend vom südlichen Afrika und dem nördlichen Südamerika. Ziel ist es, fundiertes Wissen über die sozialen Konsequenzen der Klimawandelfolgen in diesen Regionen zu generieren. 

Das Projekt will damit die aktuelle Klimaforschung systematisch um regional- und sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven ergänzen: die Klimaforschung ist vornehmlich durch naturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven und statistische Klimamodelle geprägt. Bei Klimawandel handelt es sich aber nicht nur um klimatologischen und ökologischen Wandel, vielmehr impliziert er politische und kulturelle Antworten und gesellschaftliche Transformationen.

In insgesamt sieben Teilprojekten (SP) geht das interdisziplinäre Verbundprojekt zwischen der Philipps-Universität Marburg und der Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen seit Juli 2021 diesen Fragen in Ländern des südlichen Afrikas (Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Mosambik, Namibia, Südafrika) und des nördlichen Südamerikas (Brasilien, Ecuador, Kolumbien, Venezuela) nach.

Aktuelles

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Publication

März 2022

Policy Advice Strategies for Climate Change Adaption in International Cooperation with Malawi and Namibia

Sara Lüttich & Matthias Rompel
Teilprojekt 7

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SASSCAL

21. April 2022, Windhoek Namibia

SASSCAL to celebrate 10 years of excellence in climate change research



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1. NISANSA Symposium

21. April 2022

Das 1. NISANSA-Symposium findet am 11.07.2022 in der Philipps-Universität Marburg statt. Weiter Informationen folgen in Kürze.

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Solutions to deforestation from rural schools

Actions of subproject 1 are part of the School Environmental Project (PRAES in Spanish) of the Sagrado Corazón Educational Institution, which monitors a restoration area created during the "Sustainable South" Project funded by UNDP in 2018.

This is an optimal scenario to study the impacts of deforestation, as well as the changes in climate cycles and their effects on the socio-ecosystems of páramo and high Andean forest. #nisansaconcepts; #nisansamethods; #nisansaactions

Solutions to deforestation from rural schools

Actions of subproject 1 are part of the School Environmental Project (PRAES in Spanish) of the Sagrado Corazón Educational Institution, which monitors a restoration area created during the "Sustainable South" Project funded by UNDP in 2018.

This is an optimal scenario to study the impacts of deforestation, as well as the changes in climate cycles and their effects on the socio-ecosystems of páramo and high Andean forest. #nisansaconcepts; #nisansamethods; #nisansaactions
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Local inhabitants of the paramo and cloud forest areas of the Colombian high mountains have been carrying out actions to restore these ecosystems degraded by changes in land use and variations in climate.

Today we want to present the second experience, with the Los Machines Collective and its Colombian High Mountain Living Library. 

With the monitoring of biodiversity in the ecological restoration zone, infinite rooms continue to be opened to enter and read the landscape and its ecology. Students from schools, members of the indigenous council and universities in the region learn there.
#nisansaconcepts; #nisansadisciplines, #nisansamethodology

Local inhabitants of the paramo and cloud forest areas of the Colombian high mountains have been carrying out actions to restore these ecosystems degraded by changes in land use and variations in climate.

Today we want to present the second experience, with the Los Machines Collective and its Colombian High Mountain Living Library.

With the monitoring of biodiversity in the ecological restoration zone, infinite rooms continue to be opened to enter and read the landscape and its ecology. Students from schools, members of the indigenous council and universities in the region learn there.
#nisansaconcepts; #nisansadisciplines, #nisansamethodology
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Subproject 1-Nisansa/ Diana I.Jiménez

This month we want to share the actions in response to the consequences of climate change and land use that are being carried out by local organizations in the paramos and forests of the high Colombian Andes. 
In this opportunity we present the Minga Asoyarcocha, inhabitants of the magical Laguna de La Cocha in Nariño, southern Colombia. You can visit their territory in the new lodges for ecological and scientific tourism and be part of a wonderful experience of monitoring ecological restoration in the high Andean forest!!
#nisansaconnections; #nisansadisciplines; #nisansamethodologies

Subproject 1-Nisansa/ Diana I.Jiménez

This month we want to share the actions in response to the consequences of climate change and land use that are being carried out by local organizations in the paramos and forests of the high Colombian Andes.
In this opportunity we present the Minga Asoyarcocha, inhabitants of the magical Laguna de La Cocha in Nariño, southern Colombia. You can visit their territory in the new lodges for ecological and scientific tourism and be part of a wonderful experience of monitoring ecological restoration in the high Andean forest!!
#nisansaconnections; #nisansadisciplines; #nisansamethodologies
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With this post subproject 2 says goodbye and thank you for following us along for the past few weeks. It has been a pleasure to give you a small insight into our work. 🌿

We are very grateful for the relationships and connections with our partners in South Africa and Botswana that have come out of our work in the NISANSA project. It has been amazing to work together with such insightful groups of people. 🌍

Before we hand over to the next subproject we really wanted to show you the non-academic impact of our work in the project. We are very proud to announce a school partnership between the Radisele Junior Secondary School in Botswana and the Ostschule in Gießen, Germany. 🏫

Soon there will be an active digital and physical exchange between students of both schools allowing for a unique intercultural experience for young people from both countries. We are thankful that beyond our academic work in the region we were also able to help establish this partnership between the two schools. 🎓

Thank you, ke a leboga, dankie, and goodbye 🇧🇼🇿🇦

With this post subproject 2 says goodbye and thank you for following us along for the past few weeks. It has been a pleasure to give you a small insight into our work. 🌿

We are very grateful for the relationships and connections with our partners in South Africa and Botswana that have come out of our work in the NISANSA project. It has been amazing to work together with such insightful groups of people. 🌍

Before we hand over to the next subproject we really wanted to show you the non-academic impact of our work in the project. We are very proud to announce a school partnership between the Radisele Junior Secondary School in Botswana and the Ostschule in Gießen, Germany. 🏫

Soon there will be an active digital and physical exchange between students of both schools allowing for a unique intercultural experience for young people from both countries. We are thankful that beyond our academic work in the region we were also able to help establish this partnership between the two schools. 🎓

Thank you, ke a leboga, dankie, and goodbye 🇧🇼🇿🇦
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