The Climate Co-Adaptation Lab
A Collaborative Space to Collectively Pursue Work Opportunities and Co-Develop Innovative Ideas and Concepts
The Climate Co-Adaptation Lab is a collaborative, bottom-up innovation space that brings together PlanAdapt Fellows from all over the world. Independent researchers, experts and consultants join the Lab to seek new transdisciplinary and intercultural ways to earn, learn and grow together while advancing PlanAdapt’s mission: “Working with and for people that struggle with the impacts of climate change and climate injustice, particularly in the Global South”.
The term 'co-adaptation' describes a biological process by which two or more species or genes undergo adaptation as a pair or group, and thereby enables mutual relationships to persist. We use this analogy to underline our belief that the current societal challenges caused by climate change (or better, vice versa) can only be tackled through true collaboration, cooperation; also and especially in knowledge production (i.e. co-production of knowledge) and transfer. Furthermore, it embodies our vision to grow PlanAdapt as an open organisation.
Learn more about insights that Fellows have shared about the Climate Co-Adaptation Lab.