USAID Resilient Waters Program Webinars Series

The USAID Resilient Waters Program, in partnership with the Centre for Sustainability Transitions, will be hosting an informative webinar series. The series is set to bring together practitioners, researchers, and civil society to reflect on lessons learned from the Resilient Waters program, which was implemented between 2018-2023, and other related initiatives. This insightful webinar series is

NRF awards three CST researchers Y1 ratings

We are thrilled to announce that, Dr. Maike Hamann, Dr. Hayley Clements, and research associate Dr. Odirilwe Selomane, have been awarded Y1 ratings in the “Promising Young Researchers” category by the National Research Foundation (NRF) in South Africa.

Eskom – starving the country to fund the feeding trough

Cumulatively, the alleged annual loss to corruption within just one of South Africa’s 24 state-owned enterprises costs the country more than all of its school feeding, early childhood development feeding and emergency food aid programmes combined.

Building a Community of Practice for Social-Ecological Systems Research in Southern Africa: Insights from the Southern African Program on Ecosystem Change and Society (SAPECS)

The CST is pleased to announce the release of a new paper on the Southern African Program on Ecosystem Change and Society (SAPECS). The paper reflects on the experiences of building a community of practice focused on social-ecological systems (SES) research in southern Africa over the past decade.

Centre for Sustainability Transitions Hosts Annual Research Day

The CST held its annual Research Day on January 26th. The event brought together staff, students, and affiliates to share their research and engage in discussions about sustainability transitions. The day included presentations and panel discussions covering a range of topics related to resilience, governance and energy, biodiversity and conservation, and futures and seeds.

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