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International food security prize for Battersby-Lennard
Dr Jane Battersby-Lennard of the Department of Environmental & Geographical Science's African Centre for Cities has just won the 2017 international Premio Daniel Carasso prize.
Congratulations Dr Serge Raemaekers
Dr Serge Raemaekers received the Netexplo-Unesco Award in Paris for his work on ABALOBI
EGS at UCT Open Day 2017
We put on an excellent display at UCT’s recent Open Day and look forward to welcoming a promising new generation of environmental and geographical scientists in 2018
Professor Maano Ramutsindela - The New Deputy Dean of Science
Since the appointment of Geography Prof. WJ Talbot as UCT’s Dean of Science for the period 1961-1963, geographers have not been part of the deanery. This has changed in 2017 with the appointment of Professor Maano Ramutsindela.Congratulations!
EGS student Jody Brown named most outstanding intern at the City of Cape Town.
He received this accolade because of the exceptionally high standard of his work. Jody is pictured here receiving his award (middle) with Sarah Ward who heads up Energy and Climate Change at the City (left) and Councillor Raylene Arendse (right).
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Thursday, 22 June 2017
International food security prize for Battersby-Lennard

Addressing food insecurity can improve health, develop a more inclusive economy and increase environmental sustainability, says Premio Daniel Carasso prize winner Dr Jane Battersby-Lennard from the African Centre for Cities in the Department of Environmental & Geographical Science at UCT.

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Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 14:00
Dr Serge Raemaekers received the Netexplo-Unesco Award in Paris for his work on ABALOBI

The UCT’s fisher empowerment project was rated in among the top 10 of 2000 global social change innovations.

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 10:45
Department of Environmental and Geographical Science at UCT Open Day 2017

The Department of Environmental and Geographical Science puts on an excellent display at UCT’s recent Open Day. As usual we had two stands, with one in Humanities and one in Science, indicative of our student in-take across these two Faculties.

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017 - 10:00
2016 Society of South African Geographers Centenary Student conference

The 2016 SSAG student conference celebrated 100 years of geography and brought students together from universities across South Africa. This was held in Stellenbosch University and was the 48th student conference celebrated in September, South Africa’s heritage month. The conference provided us with the opportunity to get to know and network with other passionate geography students in our fields of research, and the wide range presentations was interesting and inspirational.

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Friday, December 2, 2016 - 09:30

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