Pippin Anderson spent much of September in the field with students counting plant species and cover following the fire and is excited to process the data to see what the long-term prospects are for the various interventions. The trial sites are fenced off to keep porcupines and people out and while the fire was useful for the vegetation, it sadly burnt most of the fence posts, resulting in the collapse of the fencing.
New podcast series on integrating food into urban planning and scholarship in Africa
A book documenting collaborative research with the participation of Southern Urbanism students and staff.This new co-produced book seeks to render visible the often overlooked stories of people’s everyday lives in an informal settlement in a small town in the Western Cape, South Africa.
The 2020 MPhil Southern Urbanism cohort got lyrical about the insights they gained about the unique qualities and characteristics that define southern cities.