The Project

LICCI – Local Indicators of Climate Change Impacts: the contribution of local knowledge to climate change research – is a European Research Council (ERC) funded project aiming to bring indigenous and local knowledge to climate change research.

Through cutting-edge science, we strive to deepen our understandings of perceived climate change impacts, and endeavor to bring indigenous and local knowledge into policy-making processes and influence international climate change negotiations. The LICCI team is dedicated to creating a wide network, which encompasses researchers, practitioners, and the general public who are interested in indigenous and local knowledge systems and climate change.

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Networks

Partner and Collaborator Network Partner and Collaborator Network
We have trained more than 40 partners and collaborators that are doing fieldwork all over the world, exploring the Local Indicators of Cimate Change Impacts perceived by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities.
Citizen Science Platform Citizen Science Platform
We are creating a web-based platform in which any citizen in the world will be able to contribute information on local indicators of climate change impacts, and researchers will be able to connect to each other to exchange knowledge and data.

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Beyond the local: The geographical spread of climate change impacts in the Bassari landscape (Senegal)

Beyond the local: The geographical spread of climate change impacts in the Bassari landscape (Senegal)

The Bassari are a group of agriculturalists who live in the South West of Senegal, in ...
The crop diversity protocol is available online!

The crop diversity protocol is available online!

Another great news: the crop diversity group has released the crop diversity protocol! The protocol has ...
The fisheries protocol is now available online!

The fisheries protocol is now available online!

Great news from the Fisheries group! Finally the fisheries data collection protocol has its own DOI ...

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