This report looks at the resource implications of projected urbanization, and calls for substantial changes in urban form, governance and design. Coordinated by Mark Swilling and Blake Robinson of the Sustainability Institute, the report features contributions from an international panel of experts, including Josephine Musango and Paul Currie of uMAMA Africa at Stellenbosch University.
Impact Report focusing on the Trust initiatives of the SI during 2018 – Lynedoch Children’s House, SPARK Bursaries and Youth Programme.
Commercial agriculture in the swartland: investigating emerging trends towards more sustainable food
This thesis focuses on innovations taking place on large scale commercial farms in the Western Cape and uses case studies to investigate how farmers are responding to the sustainability challenges of the 21st century.
Master’s Thesis (2009). A phenomenological study on the degree of alignment between stakeholders concerning a sustainable solution to acid mine drainage. Summary:
Master’s Thesis. Based on a case study of Johannesburg’s ‘urban forest’ of 10 million trees, the concept of ‘green infrastructure’ is explored as key element of socio-ecological resilience.