The rate and global spread of infections by Covid-19 sets this particular pandemic apart from any other in modern times.
CST-lead team designs net-zero-energy house
Systemic change, complexity and development
Dr Hayley Clements awarded Jennifer Ward Oppenheimer Research Grant
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Systems Thinking & Sustainability Discussion
On 6 April, Dr Rika Preiser, along with Prof Ray Ison and Dr Louis Klein took part in a panel discussion exploring Systems Thinking and Sustainability.
New skills required to bring about an African food system transition
In their paper “Learning for transitions: a niche perspective”, recently published in Ecology and Society, CST researchers Dr Luke Metelerkamp, Prof Oonsie Biggs and Dr Scott Drimie argue that by training the youth in new practices and approaches, they could be central to creating new systems and African futures that are more sustainable and just.
CST COLLOQUIUM: COVID-19 – A nasty surprise?Thursday 9 April, 12:30 - 14:00
CST ONLINE Colloquium: The Covid-19 Crisis and the Cape Town Drought – Joining the DotsThursday, April 2nd - 12:30 to 14:00
Online via Zoom link: https://maties.zoom.us/j/756605282
CST Colloquium: Social-ecological fire dynamics in the KalahariThursday, March 12th - 12:30 to 14:00
CST Conference Room ~ Directions
Love in the time of Corona
I believe that love and empathy can indeed help us survive the wave of despair surging through society right now.
Perspectives on women in science
In light of International Women’s Day some of the CST team share their reflections on the place of women in science.
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