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EGS welcomes renowned scholar, Dr Jane Battersby
Welcome to Dr Jane Battersby, who joins the department from UCT’s African Centre for Cities where she has been leading the urban food cluster. Jane’s work over the last 13 years has used food as a lens
Emeritus Professor Michael Meadows Elected President of International Geographical Union
Emeritus Professor Meadows is proud to be only the second person from an African country to be elected as IGU President in almost 100 years.
The Water Hub: From polluted water to safe reuse for growing food
The Water Hub in Franschhoek is an urban living lab where research is being undertaken by members of the EGS Department and Future Water Institute at UCT. The researchers are learning how to work with nature rather than against it.
Peninsula Paddle 2020: Journey of hope
Each year the paddle is a reminder about this message and each year the paddle encourages action to be taken to address the problem by civic organisations and the City of Cape Town
Third year EGS students produce Air Quality Information Posters
A panel of judges made up of individuals from the Western Cape Provincial Government Air Quality Directorate, Saldanha Bay Municipality and UCT staff selected the top 5 posters.Overall winner Catherine Gwynn-Evans
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Friday, 5 March 2021
New staff appointments: EGS welcomes renowned scholar, Dr Jane Battersby

Jane’s work on urban food security, food systems and food systems governance is globally acknowledged, having won the 2017 Premio Daniel Carasso for her work on sustainable food systems and worked in consultancy and advisory roles for a number of UN Agencies and local and provincial governments

Publication Date:
Wed, 03 Mar 2021 - 07:15
Emeritus Professor Michael Meadows Elected President of International Geographical Union

Emeritus Professor Michael Meadows, currently a Senior Research Scholar in the Department of Environmental & Geographical Science, was elected as President of the International Geographical Union (IGU) at its recent General Assembly, held online

Publication Date:
Mon, 30 Nov 2020 - 08:30
The Water Hub: From polluted water to safe reuse for growing food.

"Interesting research takes  place at this site, mostly related to bio-mimicry and natural treatment of surface runoff water from a poorly developed settlement nearby."

Publication Date:
Thu, 19 Nov 2020 - 09:15
Peninsula Paddle 2020: Journey of hope

Taking back, restoring and making urban waterways more liveable is a massive challenge, Peninsula Paddle 2020 highlights the state of Cape Town’s waterways

Publication Date:
Wed, 11 Nov 2020 - 14:30

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