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The multiple dimensions of equity in sustainable development

Wong, G., Downing, A., Selomane, O. and Sitas, N.
Publication: CST Key Concepts
2019 - Reports & Policy Briefs

This brief aims to clarify some of the key dimensions of the concept of equity.

CST RESEARCH INSIGHTS: Biological Invasions – Implications for biodiversity, ecosystem services and human well-being

Shackleton, R. and Biggs, R.
Publication: CST Research Insights
2019 - Reports & Policy Briefs

Biological invasions arise from the human-mediated spread of organisms out of their native range to new areas of the world whether purposefully or accidentally.

CST TOOLKIT: NET-MAP – A frontline tool for supporting place-based learning in spaces of uncertainty

Metelerkamp,L. and Biggs, R.
Publication: CST Toolkit
2019 - Reports & Policy Briefs

Net-Map is an easy to use social network mapping tool that can be used to assist grass-roots educators develop place-based, action learning in spaces where traditional structures of support are weak or absent. This toolkit provides an introduction to the use of Net-Map as a learning support tool

Generating visions of Good Anthropocenes: The Mānoa Mash-up Scenarios Methodology

Hichert, T., Biggs, R. and Preiser, R.
Publication: CST Toolkit
2019 - Reports & Policy Briefs

The Anthropocene poses highly uncertain, high stakes futures (one always refers to multiple futures, because
we influence the future through our choices and actions in the present, and multiple different futures are
therefore always possible). Given the Anthropocene context, it becomes vitally important for communities,
citizens, policymakers, leaders and individuals to have visions of positive, hopeful futures that can help guide
our choices and actions towards creating more just and sustainable futures.

CST POLICY BRIEF: Framework for resilient essential services

Van der Merwe, L., Biggs, R., and Preiser, R.
Publication: CST Policy Brief
2019 - Reports & Policy Briefs

Essential services, like water and electricity, underpin modern life. Disruption in service delivery
exposes critical inter-dependency, ranging from community level to the national economy.