Urgent Call for a New International Panel on Ocean Sustainability: Time for Action on Our Ocean
Sharing Ideas and Driving Progress in Sustainability Transitions
Addressing the sustainability challenges facing society requires new ways of thinking and doing research.
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.
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 to reflect on lessons learned from the Resilient Waters program, which was implemented between 2018-2023, and other related initiatives.
USAID Resilient Waters Webinar Series: 11 April 2023Tuesday 11 April 2023
11:00 - 12:30
USAID Resilient Waters Webinar SeriesTuesday 4 April 2023
11:00 - 12:30
CST COLLOQUIUM: Art of Sympoiethics – A Performative PresentationThursday 23 February 2023
13:00 - 14:00
2022 NRF Early Researchers Colloquium on Energy Transitions in the Global South
On the 24th of November 2022, the CST hosted an Early Career Researchers colloquium – a day of networking and knowledge sharing on research related to energy transitions in the global South. The event was made possible through funding from the National Research Foundation (NRF) and hosted by the Energy Transitions research team at the CST.
CST researcher Nina Callaghan’s Personal Reflections on COP27, Sharm El Shaikh, Egypt
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