This research examines climate change adaptation through nine case studies from the Global South, showcasing community-based and systemic strategies against challenges like floods and wildfires. It highlights the importance of addressing power imbalances, international partnerships and valuing diverse knowledge. The study also delves into Canadians' openness to global insights, especially during the COVID-19 era. Furthermore, it examines Canada's institutional transition from mere aid provision.
Partner: BC Council for International Cooperation
Keywords: leadership & behaviour change, social sustainability, adaptation, resilience, knowledge creation and collaboration