Agricultural extension system has been slow to adapt and communicate climate science to farmers, as there is still limited institutional priority accorded in processing and communicating the scientific knowledge, opines Dr Hemant R Ojha.
Dr Hemant R Ojha has two decades of experience in research, and development actions and postgraduate teaching. He is a founder of Forest Action, Nepal and is currently the Chair of the Board of Southasia Institute of Advance Studies (SIAS), Kathmandu, Nepal. He is also an honorary Senior Fellow at University of Melbourne. His current research focuses on deliberative governance, public policy, local democracy, and adaptive collaborative approaches to natural resource governance and climate change.