SAPECS is an international, transdisciplinary research program that aims to advance stewardship of social-ecological systems and ecosystem services in southern Africa.

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Multi-scale adaptations to climate change in coastal areas in France, South Africa and the United Kingdom

A team from Arizona State University, CIRAD, IRSTEA and CEFE (France), Exeter University and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, lead by SAPECS member Christo Fabricius, have recently received funding from the Belmont Forum for a three-year study to assess adaptations and perceptions of risk and vulnerability in coastal areas. Called MAGIC (Multi-scale Adaptations to Global change […]

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Positions in “Interdisciplinary Science in Land and Natural Resource Use for Sustainable Livelihoods”

Applications are invited for one post-doctoral, two PhD and two Masters positions with the DST/NRF Chair in “Interdisciplinary Science in Land and Natural Resource Use for Sustainable Livelihoods” in the Department of Environmental Science at Rhodes University, Grahamstown. Applications are invited from social, economic and natural scientists interested in research on the use, trade and […]

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