Cultural Identity, Climate Change Resilience & ICTs
Notes on ICTs, Climate Change and Development, 28 September 2011

MANCHESTER, UK: In this post, Angelica Valeria Ospina argues that acknowledging the linkages between cultural identity and climate change resilience is particularly relevant within contexts involving vulnerable communities, given the richness of their traditional knowledge and cultural heritage, the need for innovative responses to the challenges posed by climate change, as well as the new opportunities provided by information and communities technologies (ICTs) to access, assess and use information and knowledge. This post explores the ways in which ICTs can help strengthen cultural identity and build resilience within such contexts. Read the post …