Climate change requires collective action in society. For example, societies have to negotiate how they are going to transition to more sustainable forms of production and how they are going to respond to changing environments and new climate-based risks. Scientists cannot simply dictate solutions to society but need to co-create them with different stakeholders in society.
Your thesis will interact with Oliver Schrot’s PhD research 'On the role of second-order reflexivity in research on climate change adaptation: insights from inter- and transdisciplinary contributions'. You could participate in his empirical case studies with high school students in Austria or tourism in Greenland. Or you could add another case study of your choice that complements this work.