New handbook

Staff from the department, together with colleagues from the Environmental Learning Research Centre, have recently published a handbook for practitioners that has been four years in the making.  The handbook is based on intensive participatory work conducted with community partners in the Eastern Cape since late 2009, from which lessons are drawn about how community and individual capacity can be built to deal with the multiple stressors that rural people face.  the handbook was peer-reviewed by grass-roots NGO practitioners from around the province and country, and offers practical guidance for community engaged research and development.  Download the handbook Social adaptation handbook 2014...

Source:  Environmental Science

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