Ethiopian Free and Open Source Software Network (EFOSSNet)
The global interest and movement to address climate change is led by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The IPCC, established in 1989 by the World Meteorological Organization and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), has since led a number of deliberations and consultations to get a better understanding of the causes of climate change, its impacts, and mitigation and adaptation strategies.1
Centre for Development Informatics, University of Manchester
Climate change is likely to exacerbate the poverty and marginalisation of developing country populations. Yet those same populations increasingly have access to information and communications technologies (ICTs). How can we characterise the research work done so far linking ICTs, climate change and development, and what should be the future research priorities?