Congratulations! Professor Michael Meadows elected as Fellow of the African Academy of Sciences
Professor Meadows has been on the forefront of reconstructing Southern Africa’s paleoenvironment. The work has made a significant contribution to our understanding of the Late Quaternary winter rainfall
UCT awarded E- waste Green Certificate!
A UCT green success story! We are delighted to be part of an institution that has recently been recognised for its e-waste recycling
Hurray!!! Prof Mike Meadows is elected to the UCT College of Fellows
Professor Michael Meadows is one of four UCT academics elected as UCT College of Fellows for 2018. This is to recognize his original, distinguished academic work.
EGS students scooped best presentation awards at SASAS 2018 Conference
The Environmental and Geographical Science Department post graduate students and staff recently attended the 34th Annual Conference of South African Society for Atmospheric Science. This year’s conference theme was titled “interactions between the...
Whose nature is it Anyway?
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Friday, 15 February 2019
Professor Michael Meadows awarded the African Academy of Sciences Fellowship in 2018

In recognition of his achievements, the African Academy of Sciences has elected Professor Meadows to be a fellow of the AAS.

Publication Date:
Mon, 10 Dec 2018 - 09:15
EGS plays host to Urban Biodiversity and Design (URBIO ) 2018

In September 2018 the EGS Department had the pleasure of hosting the Urban Biodiversity and Design (URBIO) biennial meeting

Publication Date:
Fri, 02 Nov 2018 - 11:45
Congratulations Kolosa, Lillian and Stefaan!

The standard of presentations at the 2018 EGS Colloquium  was excellent, but these three stood out among their peers

Publication Date:
Fri, 02 Nov 2018 - 11:30
Prof Mike Meadows is awarded UCT College of Fellows 2018. Congratulations!

Professor Michael Meadows's research on the Quaternary palaeoenvironments of southern Africa has made significant contributions to an understanding of the changing climate and associated environmental conditions in the region

Publication Date:
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 - 10:15