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1. 2. To what extent can applied theatre function as a language to address, organize and take action between communities that are or will be struggling with climate change?

1.1. Western and indigenous epistemologies, Theatre in Education,Community Theatre, Theatre in Development Settings

1.1.1. Legitimation, effect discourse (Gjærum, 2012)

1.1.2. Assessment (Prendergast, Saxton, 2009) Motif

2. 1. How can applied theatre function as a tool for social change?

2.1. Applied theatre: Social Change, Critical Perspectives, Pedagogies, Applied Theatre as Research

2.1.1. The ethics discourse (Gjærum, 2012)

2.1.2. The effect discourse (Gjærum, 2012)

3. 4. To what extent can transdisciplinary nature of applied theatre help build skills to adapt and respond to climate change to protect, let go and re-store (Bendell, 2018) what we value?

3.1. Theatre for social change, Applied Theatre as Research, Participatory Action Research, Qualitative Methods, Transdisciplinary Research, Climate Change: Social Justice

3.1.1. The effect discourse (Gjærum, 2012)

3.1.2. Participation , Assessment (Prendergast, Saxton, 2009) Motif

4. 3. How can applied theatre be utilized to identify, what "we value", in the context of climate crisis?

4.1. Climate Change: Social Justice/Change, Value, Loss and Damage Literature,Theatre for Social Change, Ecology and Theatre, Applied Theatre Social Change/Critical Perspectives/ Ethics/ Pedagogies

4.1.1. The legitimation discourse (Gjærum, 2012)

4.1.2. Assessment motif (Prendergast, Saxton, 2009)

5. 6. Specifically, can Etuaptmumk (Two Eyed-Seeing methodology) guide the process for building an applied theatre framework for climate change adaptation strategies to protect, let go or restore “what we value” with environmental scientists and indigenous knowledge holders for co-creation processes of knowledge?

5.1. Methodologies: Indigenous Epistemologies, Two-eyed seeing approach, transdisciplinarity research, Theoretical Framework: Political Ecology, Eco-socialism, Eco- pedagogy, Critical pedagogy, Neoliberalism

5.1.1. The effect Insider-visitor discourse (Gjærum, 2012)

5.1.2. Assessment Motifs (Prendergast, Saxton, 2009)

6. 5. How can applied theatre, as a medium for dialogue, stem collaboration between western scientific and traditional ecological knowledge for co-creating strategies for climate change and adaptation?

6.1. Methods:Integration of indigenous knowledge and western scientific knowledge, Theoretical Framework: Political Ecology, Eco-socialism, Eco- pedagogy, Critical pedagogy, Neoliberalism

6.1.1. The effect, ethics outsider-visitor discourse (Gjærum, 2012),

6.1.2. Participation, Assessment (Prendergast, Saxton, 2009) Motif