Debates centred on the role of recreational hunting in supporting nature conservation and local people’s livelihoods are among the most polarising in conservation today.
CST Co-Director awarded NRF A-rating
CST Co-Director listed again as one of the world's top cited researchers
Bold steps to stimulate a changed economy
The integrity of science is crucial in pandemic times
Load shedding will cripple our economic recovery – we must bring renewables onstream fast
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CALL FOR DST/NRF SARChI-funded PhD APPLICATIONS
CST researchers invited to join the Club of Rome
Investing in renewables is a no-brainer
Humans need to do better if we’re to avoid ocean system collapse
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CST awarded USF Seminar Series Award
The CST is the recipient of one of fourteen new Seminar Series Awards, awarded by the Urban Studies Foundation, which will run until the end of 2022.
Recreational hunting, conservation and livelihoods: no clear evidence trail
In sub-Saharan Africa, almost 1,400,000 km² of land spread across many countries — from Kenya to South Africa — is dedicated to “trophy” (recreational) hunting. Debates centred on the role of recreational hunting in supporting nature conservation and local people’s livelihoods are among the most polarising in conservation today.
CST WEBINAR SERIES: ‘Slowly Slowly The Egg Begins to Walk’ — Reflections on the Ethiopian conflictThursday, April 8th from 16:00—17:00 (GMT+2)
MONACO OCEAN WEEK: Which knowledge for which sustainable ocean governance?Friday, March 26th from 15:30—17:30 (GMT+2)
CST WEBINAR SERIES: Applying Systems Thinking to Managing ProjectsThursday, March 25th from 13:00—14:00 (GMT+2)
(Re)imagining youth visions of nature-futures in the Global South
We need visions of nature-futures as imagined by the youth (aged 18-30yrs), who will be the stewards of our planet in decades to come. And importantly, we need more visions of the future that are inspired by the lives and experiences of youth from the Global South.
Coordinating food systems for Sonderwater
Young, promising ecologist Reinhold Mangundu has been running and coordinating an initiative of the Progress Namibia Project which seeks to improve the food systems of the Sonderwater Community.
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