This conference, to be held on 20-22 September 2016 in Oxford, addresses the impacts of warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and the feasibility of meeting the challenges in the Paris Climate Agreement.
Cape Town’s water supply system is highly susceptible to any climate variability, which reduces surface water inflows. This paper, now available for download, examines the issues, modelling different scenarios.
The May 2016 edition of the Journal of Energy in Southern Africa is now available for download.
This paper aims to understand the implications of South Africa reducing emissions as part of a global agreement to limit temperature rise and to examine the potential risks of stranded assets in the energy sector.