CST Researcher secures trilateral chair
Systemic change, complexity and development
CST student wins Fairall Award
CST to host international Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society
Dr Hayley Clements awarded Jennifer Ward Oppenheimer Grant
Oppenheimer Generations announced Dr Hayley Clements as the winner of the inaugural Jennifer Ward Oppenheimer Research Grant, for her research titled: “Quantifying the Biodiversity Planetary Boundary for Africa.”
Prof Reinette Biggs delivers her inaugural lecture
Prof Reinette (Oonsie) Biggs, co-chair of the CST, delivered her inaugural lecture with the title Resilience: An approach to navigating towards more sustainable futures in the Anthropocene, on 5 August 2019.
TENTRANS Workshop: an official side event at Windaba 20199 October 2019: 09:00 – 11:00
Orchid, CTICC 2
Anthropocene Dialogue: Advancing resilience assessments – The social dimensions of electricity supply in South AfricaThursday, 3 October 2019, 15:00 – 17:30
CST Colloquium: The projected timing of ecological disruption from climate changeThursday, August 29th - 12:30 – 14:00
CST Conference Room
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Migrating and crossing the grass literally from the cellar to the Stables into a culture shock of newness has kept life very interesting and ensured no lack of new challenges.