Complex Adaptive Modelling of Health Impacts of Climate Change
The Chilwa Basin, Malawi, is among the regions most affected by climate change worldwide. Working with Chilwa Basin communities & partners, this project develops a computer-based simulation to model the relationship between climate change & human health based on local interactions & dynamics. The project’s next iterations takes place in Bangladesh and Paraguay.
|Climate Change, Data Science, Governance|
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