Christopher will present projections of future ecological disruption due to climate warming throughout the 21st century, suggesting abrupt disruption beginning before 2030 in tropical oceans, spreading to higher latitudes by 2050, and having a global mean in the 2070s under a ‘business-as-usual’ scenario.
Re-humanising complexity: Conceptual and practical implications for anticipating new frontiers in complex systems research
Please join us for a talk at the SU Museum, 52 Ryneveld Street. Dr Rika Preiser Senior Researcher Centre for Complex Systems in Transition At the turn of the century, the field of complex systems research was still rather marginal. Developments in the natural sciences since the 1950s largely influenced the theories and practical applications
Launch of South Africa-Africa-UK Trilateral SARChI Chair: Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments
Mainstreaming Gender for Energy Security in Poor Urban Environments, is a Stellenbosch University new tier 1 SA-Africa-UK Trilateral SARChI Chair, in collaboration with University of Nairobi in Kenya, and Brunel University London in UK, supported by the Department of Science and Technology through National Research Foundation, and the Newton Fund through the British Council.
In South and Southern African, more than half of the young people are ensnared in a complex and intractable unemployment crisis that is being driven, in part, by a transition toward a highly industrialised food system. Join us to learn more from Dr Luke Metelerkamp.
WORKSHOP: Becoming Anticipatory – Exploring systemic change practices and anticipation for a complex world
Join us for a one day workshop on using complexity thinking. futures methods and practices to create systemic change.