Climate change is the most urgent political issue of our time. It poses challenges both in terms of how we think about the present, and how we imagine the future. Education – including higher education – and research have a key role to play in this. In addition to scientific research focusing on determinants and consequences of climate change, and activism that aims to change what we can do about them, we also need to consider how our own practices of knowledge production reflect, compound, and can work to transform the processes that led to the climate crisis – from extraction of natural resources to colonization and reproduction of inequalities on the global level.
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