This issue presents eight contributions from the Knowledge Management for Development (KM4Dev) community that highlight methods, practice and experience of climate change and international development knowledge management in sectors including natural resources management, food security, agriculture, community planning, organisational development and adaptation. The geographical scope drawn on is wide, covering experience from Africa, Canada, the Solomon Islands, and programs that span multiple regions from Asia to Latin America. What these contributions have in common is an enthusiasm to share practical lessons of knowledge management approaches that consciously use mixed methods to respond to the atypical and complex challenge presented by climate change.
Published: 2013-08-12

Editorial

Bibliographies