A new science of climate change:The Transformative Cornerstones of  Social Science     Research   Heide Hackmann Copenhage...
Business as usual is not an option   Robust knowledge that is more effective at  meeting user needs and informing equitabl...
Social science knowledge is necessary knowledge The emphasis on integrated researchhas focused most sharply on the social ...
Transformative lenses and tools Understanding climate change as social processes  embedded in social systems, past and pr...
The transformative cornerstones of social science1. Historical and contextual complexities2. Consequences3. Conditions and...
Consequences                           Interpretation                  “A domain par excellenceComplexity           of our...
A new charter for the social sciences Bringing fundamental,  critical social science to  bear on the urgent  challenges o...
www.worldsocialscience.org
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Heide Hackmann: Transformative Cornerstones

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This presentation was held by Heide Hackmann, during a live streamed session discussing who has the right to climate adaptation. View the live streamed session here: http://ccafs.cgiar.org/videostream

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  • Contexts: Heide Hackmann, ISSC
  • Contexts: Heide Hackmann, ISSC
  • Contexts: Heide Hackmann, ISSC
  • Contexts: Heide Hackmann, ISSC
  • Contexts: Heide Hackmann, ISSC
  • Contexts: Heide Hackmann, ISSC
  • Contexts: Heide Hackmann, ISSC
  • Heide Hackmann: Transformative Cornerstones

    1. 1. A new science of climate change:The Transformative Cornerstones of Social Science Research Heide Hackmann Copenhagen 18/02/13
    2. 2. Business as usual is not an option Robust knowledge that is more effective at meeting user needs and informing equitable,sustainable responses to climate change requires integrated research
    3. 3. Social science knowledge is necessary knowledge The emphasis on integrated researchhas focused most sharply on the social sciences we need more social science, better social science … But: What kind of social science? What do the social sciences bring to integrated climate change research?
    4. 4. Transformative lenses and tools Understanding climate change as social processes embedded in social systems, past and present Rethinking the shape and future course of those systems Contesting the processes and informing action for deliberate transformation
    5. 5. The transformative cornerstones of social science1. Historical and contextual complexities2. Consequences3. Conditions and visions for change4. Interpretation and sense making5. Responsibilities6. Governmentality and decision making
    6. 6. Consequences Interpretation “A domain par excellenceComplexity of our disciplines” Change (Nagoya Declaration, 2010) Responsibilities Decision Making
    7. 7. A new charter for the social sciences Bringing fundamental, critical social science to bear on the urgent challenges of climate change Challenging the social sciences to take the lead in developing a new integrated, transformative science of climate change
    8. 8. www.worldsocialscience.org

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