TSITICA aims to lay the foundations of an inclusive, transdisciplinary, pan-African network of researchers and practitioners on climate change and inequality. The project is also designed to facilitate shared learning on climate action, social inequality, sustainable livelihoods and the relationships between them. Different platforms are used for shared learning and capacity building within the team, and within the broader research and policy networks.


Since the project started in July 2020, regular online seminars are being hosted as part of the shared learning and capacity building agenda of the project.

Past webinar recordings


Gender inequalities in asset ownership and energy access with  Dr. Jiska De Groot and A/Prof. Abena Oduro

Adaptation interventions and their effect on vulnerability in developing countries  with guest speakers Prof. Siri Hallstrøm Eriksen and Dr. Lisa Schipper

Climate risk and inequality in Africa  with Prof. Mark New and Prof. Murray Leibbrand

Climate change and climate action impact analysis- using computable general equilibrium models  with Faaqia Hartley

Multidimensional poverty and climate change  with Prof. David Gordon


Understanding energy systems models – with Bruno Merven

An intertwined approach to equity and sustainability in the Anthropocene – with guest speaker Prof. Belinda Reyers

Using mixed methods to analyse the experience of precarity – with Prof. Mike Savage

Assessing climate change response options – with guest speaker Dr. Chandni Singh