Alice McClure

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Alice works broadly across fields of climate risk and adaptation including on topics of inter alia learning, knowledge co-production, transformative adaptation, equity and climate resilient development. She is particularly interested in human experiences of climate and weather, and how these interact with other experiences of identity, place, space etc. She is curious about methods and processes that bring diverse, lived experiences of climate risk in conversation with scientific climate information and other types of evidence, and that acknowledge the different assumptions and needs across people. Alice’s work is rooted in transdisciplinary praxis. She aims to contribute to a  growing body of knowledge relevant to transdisciplinarity 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 transformative agency of participants.

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