Transforming Social Inequalities through Inclusive Climate Action (TSITICA)
Working in Ghana, Kenya and South Africa, TSITICA investigates the bidirectional relationships between climate action and social inequalities, so as to understand:
- How social inequalities and political economy shape decision-making processes and climate action outcomes;
- How specific climate actions for adaptation and mitigation of climate change impact on the livelihoods and well-being of individuals, households and communities across the income distribution and, based on the this;
- How specific climate actions can transform social inequalities by producing livelihood co-benefits for all, especially the most vulnerable, whilst leveraging favourable outcomes for the sustainable development goals.