law-building

My PhD was funded by a University of Birmingham Global Challenges PhD Scholarship and a National Geographic Society Early Career Grant and received supervision from the University of Birmingham Law School and International Development Department. I used a postcolonial and powershift lens to investigate Kenya’s Climate Change Act-making process from 2006 to 2016.

Specifically, I examine how this process enhances or constrains the incorporation of local indigenous knowledge and practices (LIKP). This knowledge system has been developed by indigenous and local communities (ILC) over many generations and used for understanding and responding to environmental changes, including climate change.   Read full article...