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INATE

International Network for Advancing Transdisciplinary Eduadtion

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Why Transdisciplinary Education?

The global challenges we are facing today - food security, massive poverty, malnutrition, disease and epidemics, climate change, civil wars and conflicts, natural and man-made dis- asters, among others - are threatening our very existence and our planet’s sustainability.

INATE- International Network for Advancing Transdisciplinary Education

The University Network for Climate and Ecosystems Change Adaptation Research (UNCECAR) proposes to establish an International Network for Advancing Transdisciplinary Education (INATE) to promote transdisciplinary approach to knowledge generation and project implementation by invit- ing academia, professionals, local governments, private sec- tor and communities to work together to share expertise and experiences.

INATE - Project incubator

UNCECAR is well-versed with transdisciplinary principle and approaches since its research programs have been conducted as transdiciplinary pilot projects in collaboration with a number of local/regional stakeholders.

INATE Focus: Responding to evolving risks due to global change

Transdisciplinary Education for responding to evolving risks from rapid global change will be the initial focus of INATE. Disaster Risk Reduction and Building Resilience to Climate Change are the two core educational and research programmes of the INATE under this focus.

Building Resilience to Climate Change (BRCC)