CST WEBINAR SERIES: Food systems transformation in southern Africa: a water-energy-food (WEF) nexus perspective

Recent crises like the COVID-19 pandemic have worsened the situation in many places, bringing age-old questions back to the fore – can southern Africa feed itself, does it have enough water and energy to do so, and can it do so equitably and sustainably in a crisis?

 The Age of Sustainability: Just Transitions in a Complex World – Chapter 3

Join us as we continue our journey through the pages of The Age of Sustainability: Just Transitions in a Complex World.

CST WEBINAR SERIES: Recognising Complexity – Practical implications for sustainability research and practice

In this talk we will share some principles for recognising the features of complex systems and discuss how these principles can assist us in engaging with sustainability challenges in practical ways.

CST WEBINAR SERIES: ‘Slowly Slowly The Egg Begins to Walk’ — Reflections on the Ethiopian conflict

This talk will give a personal perspective on the ethnic war taking place in Ethiopia. It will discuss the history that has led to this point. It will raise questions about the environmental and cultural consequences of the conflict and what resilience could mean in this context.

MONACO OCEAN WEEK: Which knowledge for which sustainable ocean governance?

Tanya Brodie Rudolph will be sharing a vision for redefining humanity’s relationship with the ocean at Monaco Ocean Week.

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