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Remembering Max Thabiso Edkins
Max Thabiso Edkins – remembering his great contribution to renewable energy and climate change research
Publication: Cobenefits Executive Report
This study analyses the net employment impacts of different electricity generation capacity expansion plans on the South African economy, focusing on the potential effect of higher renewable energy deployment.
Publication: Research Report Series
Comparative Analysis of the NDCs of Canada, the European Union, Kenya and South Africa from an Equity Perspective
Publication: The balance sheet summary
This policy brief presents the concept of a nationally determined contribution (NDC) greenhouse gas (GHG) balance sheet. The concept was elaborated in a technical paper, which informed an official submission by South Africa.
Publication: The end of coal? Planning a “just transition” in South Africa
South Africa’s coal production may decline significantly in the next few years. This report – from SEI and the Energy Research Centre – explores the impacts, challenges and key elements of that transition.

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Friday, 19 April 2019
Coal Transition in South Africa Seminar

You are invited to a seminar to launch the report Coal Transition in South Africa, to be held at the Energy Research Centre, UCT, Monday 10th September 1-2pm.

Publication Date:
Tue, 04 Sep 2018 - 15:15
SAfm Sunrise Podcast

SAfm Sunrise Podcast - Mediated Conversation: How long will it take to stop using coal?

Listen here

Publication Date:
Fri, 31 Aug 2018 - 10:30
New publication on fossil fuel subsidies

Fossil fuel subsidies strain public budgets and contribute to climate change and local air pollution. Despite widespread agreement among experts about the benefits of reforming fossil fuel subsidies, repeated international commitments to eliminate them, and valiant efforts by some countries to reform them, they continue to persist. This book helps explain this conundrum by exploring the politics of fossil fuel subsidies and their reform.

Publication Date:
Tue, 21 Aug 2018 - 10:00
New publication: South Africa’s multiple faces in current climate clubs

"Global public goods are most easily provided when a single dominant country, or a small group, takes the lead" says the literature in international relations. That's why Britta Rennkamp and Andrew Marquard analysed the role of climate clubs from the perspective of a developing country- South Africa. This paper was part of a project with the German Development Institute and Wuppertal Institute.

Publication Date:
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 - 11:00

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