Blane Harvey is an Associate in IISD’s Resilience group. A senior research and program specialist with over 10 years’ experience in climate change and development, Blane has been an active contributor to the United Nations climate change negotiations process since 2003. His recent work has included research on how climate change knowledge is produced, validated and communicated, and how learning and knowledge sharing can support action on climate change in the global South. Blane is currently exploring the role of social learning in response to climate change, and how community-based media can engage in action research, influence policy, and build resilience.
- Facilitating Peer Learning with Adaptation Policy-Makers This guide is for people that want to hold inclusive, participatory events in which different stakeholders come together to collectively generate ideas and identify actions they will take to make progress toward adaptation.
- Gender-Responsive Climate Action What does gender-responsive climate action look like? Expert commentary on achieving gender-responsive climate action through women’s empowerment, inclusive policy-making and other innovative practices.
- Understanding Needs, Meeting Demands: A user-oriented analysis of online knowledge broker platforms for climate change and development This paper examines the current state of alignment between climate knowledge brokering (CKB) platforms and the information-seeking and knowledge...