The most exciting moment in the academic year is upon us again: next week the students who have completed their masters research will present their completed research to the academic staff and to the masters students who are commencing their respective research projects. Attached is the detailed programme. Visitors are welcome to come listen to this cutting edge research by a new generation of sustainability researchers. Topics include the following:

Nomandla Bongoza: Education for Sustainable Futures: an approach for early childhood development

Karen Koen: Creating shared value in corporate South Africa

Tasneem Steenkamp: Spatial transformation in practice: the case of the Two Rivers Urban Park, Cape Town

Elzette Henshilwood: Exploring sustainable urban mobility transitions in Cape Town

Therese Luyt: Domestic Waste Flows in Cape Town

Olive Zgambo: Food system transformation in Cape Town

Angela Coetzee: Free range chickens in the Western Cape

Amy Giliam: Agroecology training of smallholder communities in Mopani, Limpopo

Megan Lindow: The art of storytelling with food innovators in the Western Cape

Jeeten Morar: Development impact of the REI4P in SA’s small towns

Fezeka Stuurman: Black woman owned businesses in the renewable energy sector

Andre Troost: Exploring strategic investments in mini-grids in Sub-Saharan Africa

Elijah Sichone: Exploiting renewable energy opportunities through integrated regional power systems: analysis of institutional perspective of barriers in Southern Africa

To download the programme:Colloquium invitation 2017