Petra Holden and Alanna Rebelo detail how the Socio-Economic Benefits of investing in Ecological Infrastructure (SEBEI) project teamed up with the Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve to map invasive alien trees in the upper Berg-Breede catchments in 2019.
Amayaa Wijesinghe, a Master's student on the Urban Ecolution project, describes the work she did to understand the present and potential utility of ecosystem-based adaptation in Windhoek, particularly for the informal settlements in the Northern and Western part of the city.
Amayaa Wijesinghe and Jessica Thorn, from the Urban Ecolution project, report on the Participatory Scenario Planning Workshop held in Windhoek, Namibia in July 2019 in partnership with University of Namibia, Namibian University of Science and Technology and the City of Windhoek.
Based on a special issue of the Land journal, this book is freely available for download. This Special Issue was invited by LAND as a follow-up on the Special Issue on “Changing Land Uses, Changing Livelihoods,” published in 2016, but with a specific focus on Africa and on exploring the linkages between various aspects of human-environmental change and climate change.