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Exploring the connections between green economy and informal economy in South Africa
(Academy of Science of South Africa, 2015)
The notion of an inclusive green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication requires an approach that engages with the informal economy. However, the informal economy is generally ignored ...
Enhancing the adaptive capacity of collaboratives through education and learning in South Africa
(African Consortium of Public Administration, 2014-12)
ABSTRACT: It is clear that the environmental issues facing us today are prime manifestations of complex or “wicked” public problems and, as such, natural resource governance has to be approached from a complexity science ...
Social capital and collaborative environmental governance
(The African Consortium of Public Administration (ACPA), 2013-06)
To cope with the increasing complexities of environmental challenges, innovative models of governance that are capable of greater fl exibility, speed and adaptability have emerged. Following international trends, new ...
Innovations in governance for biodiversity conservation : the case of the Conservation Stewardship Programme, Western Cape
(Association of Southern African Schools and Departments of Public Administration and Management, 2011)
South Africa boasts one of the world’s richest and most diverse natural landscapes and is world renowned for its biodiversity. The Cape Floristic Region (CFR) is the world’s sixth and smallest floral kingdom and the ...
Think globally, act locally : policy implications of the climate change regime
(Administratio Publica, 2009-05)
Climate change with its potential to disrupt all facets of life on earth is arguably the greatest environmental threat that humankind has faced to date. The debates on the best methods and means of dealing with the threat ...
Another look at economic approaches to environmental management and policy with reference to developments in South Africa
(AOSIS Publishing, 2016)
The wide acceptance of economic approaches to environmental management and policy, masks increasing heterogeneity in the field. This editorial addresses the question whether the economic approach is still warranted and ...