2014 Research Colloquiem Starts Tomrrow

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At the end of every academic year students who have completed their Mphil research are given an oppportunity to present a conference paper based on their theses to a Research Colloquiem of their peers and staff. This here there is a wide range of topics including natural building technologies, job creation in the renewable energy sector, the potential of fresh water aquaculture, the implications of the green economy approach for the informal sector, environmental impact assessment in Tanzania, food waste at Stellenbosch University, community-based wildlife management in Uganda, traditional farming in Tigray, Ethiopia, household food security in Nigeria, community-based aquaponics, urban food security in Zambia, incremental upgrading in Stellenbosch, material flow analysis of Songdo ecocity in South Korea, and the potential of environmental education.