CST Co-Director awarded NRF A-rating
CST Co-Director listed again as one of the world's top cited researchers
Bold steps to stimulate a changed economy
The integrity of science is crucial in pandemic times
Load shedding will cripple our economic recovery – we must bring renewables onstream fast
THE RESILIENCE HUB IS LIVE
CALL FOR DST/NRF SARChI-funded PhD APPLICATIONS
CST researchers invited to join the Club of Rome
Investing in renewables is a no-brainer
Humans need to do better if we’re to avoid ocean system collapse
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Recreational hunting’s conservation paradox
In a new article published in the journal One Earth, scientists from the University of Helsinki in Finland, Flinders University in Australia and Stellenbosch University in South Africa have reviewed more than 1,000 studies on recreational hunting. This is the first attempt to summarize the scientific literature examining the biodiversity and social effects of recreational hunting globally.
Prof Oonsie Biggs secures EMS Faculty’s first NRF A-rating
Prof Reinette (Oonsie) Biggs, the incumbent of the DST/NRF Research Chair in Social-ecological Systems and Resilience, recently received an A-rating from the National Research Foundation (NRF), a first for the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences.
CST WEBINAR: Lessons learned from the USAID Resilient Waters ProgramThursday, February 25th, 17:00 - 18:30
Complexity and the social world3 March 2021
WEBINAR: Developing a community level water–energy–food nexus projectThursday, 11 February 2021
(Re)imagining youth visions of nature-futures in the Global South
We need visions of nature-futures as imagined by the youth (aged 18-30yrs), who will be the stewards of our planet in decades to come. And importantly, we need more visions of the future that are inspired by the lives and experiences of youth from the Global South.
Coordinating food systems for Sonderwater
Young, promising ecologist Reinhold Mangundu has been running and coordinating an initiative of the Progress Namibia Project which seeks to improve the food systems of the Sonderwater Community.
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