CST-lead team designs net-zero-energy house
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
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Masters and PhD bursaries for 2020
We seek motivated individuals interested to pursue either a Masters or a PhD linked to the Seeds of Good Anthropocenes initiative, who have a keen interest in sustainability and sustainability transitions, an interest and ability to integrate across the social and natural sciences, and who enjoy collaboration and working in 2 teams.
Oonsie Biggs recognised amid world’s top researchers
Oonsie Biggs has been listed in the 2019 Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers List.
COMPLEXITY DIALOGUE SERIES: Exploring new research insights for funding, commissioning and social change in complexity23 January 2020, 11.00am – 12.30 pm
STIAS Conference centre, 10 Marais street, Mostertsdrift, Stellenbosch
CST Colloquium: Development of a scenario-based approach for responding to change in fishery systems – a case study in small-scale fisheriesThursday, August 29th - 12:30 – 14:00
CST Conference Room
TENTRANS Workshop: an official side event at Windaba 20199 October 2019: 09:00 – 11:00
Orchid, CTICC 2
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Experiential Learning through a Design-Build in Morocco
In early 2018, Sharné Bloem, with a background in architecture and currently a researcher at Centre for Complex Systems in Transition and the support of Prof Mark Swilling, entered the Solar Decathlon Africa competition with a design proposal for a net-zero-energy house for the African context.
INTERVIEW: Dr Hayley Clements
Dr Hayley Clements was interviewed on Radio Pulpit to discuss winning the inaugural Jennifer Ward Oppenheimer Research Grant, for her research titled: “Quantifying the Biodiversity Planetary Boundary for Africa.”