A two-day Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP) training workshop on 'Bangalore's Water Futures' was organised by the Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS) in Bangalore from 18 to 19 October.
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Chandni Singh, from the ASSAR South Asian team, looks back at lessons learned from a training workshop on a methodology called Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP).
Dr. Sumetee Pahwa Gajjar from the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS), looks at the various aspects of city life that expose residents to daily environmental risks.
Lucia Scodanibbio visited ASSAR's South Asia field sites with Georgina Cundill Kemp to see the great work that WOTR has been involved in over the past few years. This is her photo-essay of the field trip.
This photo essay looks at the living and working conditions of one of the most marginalised groups in India, Bangalore - namely the waste pickers.
Sue Moore, from Oxfam GB, explains the use of Research-into-Use and explores what this means for researchers, practitioners and ultimately, those most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
Drawing on her experiences at Adaptation Futures 2016, Lucia Scodanibbio reflects on how we can rise to the challenges of adaptation to climate change.
Mind the Gap is a collation of pictures that depict the lived realities of the marginalised masses residing in informal settlements in and around Bangalore city. A beautiful read.
Nikhil Shenai, from the Indian Institute of Human Settlement (IIHS), writes about encountering ‘the real world’ while out in the field and the almost Don Quixote/Sancho Panza-like dynamics he witnessed.
In January, four researchers from India, Zimbabwe, Ghana and the UK came together in Cape Town for three days to work on an international, cross-cultural research project that explores the methods and analysis of research on mobility as a livelihood strategy.