Our research and project work at the Department of Community Energy and Adaptation to Climate Change (CEACC) focuses on systemic, economic, societal and socio-ecological just considerations of Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change and approaches to Community Energy in the Global South. Through critical analysis and an interdisciplinary team of economists, engineers and social scientists, we investigate impactful and sustainable concepts depending on the local needs, priorities and resources. We collaborate with international partners in the areas of research, development cooperation, private sector and public organizations at various levels. More information at https://www.tu.berlin/en/ceacc.
We collaborate with the Berlin-based NGO Hudara gGmbH which is a consortium and project partner in various projects that CEACC coordinates. Hudara is an independent and impartial organization that is committed to support people whose lives are affected by poverty, conflict and climate change. The organization's projects focus on issues such as community development, peaceful coexistence, well-being and mental health, climate change mitigation and adaptation, as well as social and environmental justice. The aim of all actions is to decentralize debates and interventions, strengthen horizontal lines of communication and work in close collaboration with people of the community and local initiatives. More information at https://www.hudara.org.
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