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Mapping the knowledge landscape: rethinking adaptation to climate change in the Western Ghats

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This talk will argue for the need to rethink adaptation to climate change using the concept of situated knowledge. It will explore what is particularly unique about anthropogenic climate change as an environmental problem that unsettles our understanding of the humans as biological beings. The talk will build on the case study of coffee growers in South India.

This talk is part of the Geographies of Knowledge - Department of Geography series.

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