The CST is a world class research and teaching hub ideally positioned to combine cutting edge research with transformative, place-based learning to produce the kind of knowledge, capacities, and people required to advance sustainability transitions across a wide range of fields within the South African, broader African, and global contexts.
The importance of transition finance and all eyes on SA’s JET-IP: CST researchers’ insights from COP27.
CST researchers Wendy McCallum and Nina Callaghan share their reflections from COP27, hosted in Sharm-El-Sheikh, Egypt from 6 November until 18 November 2022.
COP27 Launch of the IPOS Coalition: Scientific Institutions coming together for Ocean Sustainability
The ocean is increasingly recognized as being inextricably interwoven with climate, biodiversity and human well-being. This emerging recognition has highlighted the need for a coordinated approach to support policy and governance of the ocean system as a whole.
CST COLLOQUIUM: Exploring innovative social-ecological transdisciplinary research: Bringing together the Arts, Science and TechnologyThursday 1 December 2022
13:00 - 14:00
SES Research Methods Website LaunchThursday 20 October 2022
CST COLLOQUIUM: The Resilience of Wildlife Ranching in a Changing WorldThursday 29 September 2022
13:00 - 14:00
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