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Protect the Okavango River Basin from corporate drilling

The Okavango watershed is a natural beating heart that has nourished humans and wildlife in Southern Africa for generations — and it’s at risk. Read an opinion piece by CST student Reinhold Mangundu and Prince Harry.

FREE COURSE: Anticipatory Governance – New ways of sense-making an navigating for uncertainty

The CST, in partnership with the USAID Resilient Waters Program, is excited to announce a free online training on “Anticipatory Governance: New ways of sense-making an navigating for uncertainty.”

CST’s work featured in Research at SU

The latest edition of Stellenbosch University’s (SU) multi-award winning publication Research at Stellenbosch University is now available. Produced annually by the Division for Research Development (DRD), Research at Stellenbosch University is regarded as one of SU’s flagship publications.

Assessing the outcomes of implementing natural open space plans

The article entitled Assessing the outcomes of implementing natural open space plans in a Global South city was published in Landscape and Urban Planning and allows local government to understand, and respond to, the opportunities and challenges affecting the outcomes of implementing natural open space plans.

CST researchers contribute to new book on Covid impacts

A new book Covid-19 and Governance has been published, focusing on the relationship between governance institutions and approaches to Covid-19 and health outcomes

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