Research Communication and Advocacy; Client: Norwegien University of Life Sciences (NMBU) (reporting line to Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Sussex;
Project: Transformation as Praxis: Exploring Socially Just and Trans-disciplinary Pathways to Sustainability in Marginal Environments (TAPESTRY)
TAPESTRY focuses on how transformation may arise from ‘below’ in marginal environments through hybrid alliances between resource dependent communities, civil society organizations (CSOs), scientists and occasionally state agencies. The project is a part of a multi-country (United Kingdom, Norway, Japan, Bangladesh and India) consortium funded by Belmont Forum. The project is being implemented in one of the climate change hotspot-the India & Bangladesh Sundarbans, Mumbai, Kutch.