Alice McClure

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Alice is driven by deep desire to see justice realized in many ways across African contexts, which are plagued by a history of injustice, including various forms of oppression. She is very pleased to have found a way to work towards justice through climate research that prioritizes diverse, lived experiences of climate risk (particularly for marginalized people) in conversation with scientific climate information, and that acknowledges the different (often competing) needs of various actor groups into the future. Alice’s work is rooted in transdisciplinary praxis. She also aims to contribute to growing body of knowledge relevant to transdisciplinary that focuses on (and is generated in) African contexts. Alice is currently finishing a thesis that explores transdisciplinary learning for navigating complex African urban climate risks using expansive learning theory, which centers the transformative agency of participants.

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