University of Huddersfield conducted an extended literature review in support of the proposed BRITAE framework by partnering with University of Ruhuna under Work Package 1. This was done in order to address the first BRITAE objective which is to understand the knowledge gaps in agro-ecosystem based resilience for joint curriculum development. A systematic literature survey was conducted using three academic databases namely, SCOPUS, Science Direct, and Emerald. A complex, conceptual diagram was then compiled based on the academic literature, connecting related concepts under higher education, ecosystem resilience sustainable management, and climate change through a network of relationships. Preview of the draft Framework: BRITAE Draft Framework

 

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