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Assessing the outcomes of implementing natural open space plans

The article entitled Assessing the outcomes of implementing natural open space plans in a Global South city was published in Landscape and Urban Planning and allows local government to understand, and respond to, the opportunities and challenges affecting the outcomes of implementing natural open space plans.

CST researchers contribute to new book on Covid impacts

A new book Covid-19 and Governance has been published, focusing on the relationship between governance institutions and approaches to Covid-19 and health outcomes

POSITION: Researcher

The CST  seeks  to contract a Researcher to join the ReSET project, which forms part of the Energy Transitions research group.  The Reconfiguring Energy for Social Equity (ReSET) research project is led by Dr Megan Davies. 

Engaging with complexity in resilience practice

A new article published in Ecology and Society explores how to engage with and operationalize complexity thinking in resilience assessments and resilience planning. According to lead author My Sellberg, the article built on discussions from the GRAID workshop in Johannesburg in 2017. 

CST researcher awarded fellowship at the University of British Columbia

The CST’s Rika Preiser has been awarded a fellowship at the Peter Wall lnstitute for Advanced Studies at the University of British Columbia for the academic year August 2021-July 2022.

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