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Newly available online: a paper by Trollip and Boulle paper exploring challenges in implementation of greenhouse gas emissions mitigation policy in South Africa using John Kingdon’s Multiple Streams Analysis Framework.

A report has just been released by the World Bank, entitled "Modeling the water-energy nexus: How do water constraints affect energy planning in South Africa?"

Two journal articles have been published, emerging from the project "Climate change assessment of the energy-water nexus in the Zambezi Basin and SAPP".

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Two journal articles have been published, emerging from the project "Climate change assessment of the energy-water nexus in the Zambezi Basin and SAPP".

The latest issue of the Journal of Energy in Southern Africa, Vol. 27 No.4, has now been made freely available electronically, at what is becoming JESA's new electronic home.

There are two post-doctoral research fellowships available at ERC, starting in 2017.

A journal article entitled 'Electricity supply and demand scenarios for the Southern African Power Pool' is now available online.

Just uploaded: two new research papers on recovering, recycling and reusing waste materials in South Africa.

A podcast from Wits Radio, with ERC director Harald Winkler, about the Paris Agreement.

International experts respond as the Paris climate agreement enters into force: a discussion on The Conversation.

The seminar on "Scientific assessment of shale gas development in South Africa” will no longer take place on 28 October.

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