University World News published an article on the SARUA Programme for Climate Change Capacity Development and the recently published results of the Climate Change Counts mapping study, which I project managed as part of the HEMA Consortium.
“The mapping study involved a needs analysis and an institutional assessment, focused on the higher education sector and undertaken on a country-by-country basis, bringing together information from 12 countries across a multiplicity of disciplines.
“By making the results of the mapping study available, SARUA is providing a platform for self-organised knowledge sharing and collaboration among universities on the issue of climate change,” said Piyushi Kotecha, CEO of SARUA.”
Read the article here.
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