Climate Change in Southern Africa and the role of universities

Posted by on 30 August 2014 in Consulting, Project Management, Strategy

Climate Change in Southern Africa and the role of universities

University World News published an article on the SARUA Programme for Climate Change Capacity Development and the recently published results of the Climate Change Counts mapping study, which I project managed as part of the HEMA Consortium.

“The mapping study involved a needs analysis and an institutional assessment, focused on the higher education sector and undertaken on a country-by-country basis, bringing together information from 12 countries across a multiplicity of disciplines.

“By making the results of the mapping study available, SARUA is providing a platform for self-organised knowledge sharing and collaboration among universities on the issue of climate change,” said Piyushi Kotecha, CEO of SARUA.”

Read the article here.

Download all final reports:

Volume 1, Number 1: Knowledge Co-Production Framework

Volume 2: Country Reports

Climate Change Counts in Botswana workshop

Climate Change Counts in Botswana workshop

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