Field of research
- Transboundary Water Resources Management and Governance
- Natural Resources Conservation
- Ecosystem Services
- Social-Ecological Systems
Jeremiah is an environmental practitioner with experience working with various communities as well as in preparing prospectus and environmental impact assessment (EIA) reports for a wide range of developmental projects. He is currently registered for Master of Science at the Department of Conservation Ecology and Entomology, Stellenbosch University. During his BSc in Geography and Environmental Studies at Midlands State University, Zimbabwe he explored people’s perceptions on the impacts of climate change in Nyanga district and he has a continued interest in dealing with humanitarian issues.
Jeremiah is presently investigating stakeholders’ perceptions on ecosystem services and governance of Transboundary Water Resources in the Limpopo River Basin, focusing on Botswana as one of the riparian states of the Basin.