Since the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change (UNFCCC) negotiations produced the Paris Agreement1
of December 2015, despite its subsequent notorious political
challenges, the zeitgeist of global warming and subsequent
climate change (GWCC) concerns has moved on from debating
its very existence, toward understanding the way in which GWCC
is and will manifest now and in the future. Any dispute regarding
the attribution of global warming, and the consequences of
climate change, to industrial-era emissions of greenhouse gasses
emanating from anthropogenic origins, is now in the realm of
‘Flat-Earthers’. The more relevant questions are now about how
we rehabilitate the worldwide fossil fuel addiction (mitigation)
and how we respond to the impacts of GWCC (adaptation).
De Tolly, Katherine Marianne(University of Pretoria, 2008-10-28)
Digital storytelling uses technology in order to capture people’s stories digitally, weaving together images, music and narration to create a vivid, multi-media story in the form of a short movie. Story creators are taken ...
Jones, Peta; Maroge, Mashudu Jackson; South African Society for Agricultural Extension. Conference (44th : 2010 : Langebaan, South Africa); SASAE Conference (44th : 2010 : Langebaan, South Africa)(South African Society for Agricultural Extension, 2010-05)
Paper presented at the South African Society for Agricultural Extension Conference 4 - 7 May 2010 "The Impact of Climate Change on Extension Delivery in South Africa", Langebaan, Western Cape, South Africa.