Skip to main content

Environmental Policy Research Unit (EPRU) South Africa

Our Senior Research Fellows: A/Prof. Edwin Muchapondwa, Prof. Martine Visser, Prof. Anthony Black, Dr Jane Turpie & A/Prof. Tony Leiman

The Environmental Policy Research Unit is a collaborative association of academic researchers specializing in environmental and natural resource issues. The unit was established in 2007 to promote sustainable development and poverty reduction in Southern Africa. EPRU is based at the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town.

 

 

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

2015-06-30

EfD Annual report 2014/15

Backteman, Karin, Po-Tsan Goh, Cyndi Spindell Berck, Salvatory Macha, Leonie Joubert, Lijun Liu, Maimuna Kabatesi, Zelealem Ghebremedhin, Gunnar Köhlin, Yonas Alem, Susanna Olai, Francisco Alpízar, Maria Angelica Naranjo, Carlos Chávez Rebolledo, Jintao Xu, Ping Qin, Alemu Mekonnen, Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Jane Turpie, Razack Lokina and Allen Blackman. 2015. “EfD Annual report 2014/15”

2014-10-06

Investigating the Sensitivity of Household Food Security to Agriculture-related Shocks and the Implication of Informal Social Capital and Natural Resource Capital: The Case of Rural Households in Mpumalanga, South Africa

Tibesigwa, Byela, Martine Visser and Wayne Twine. 2014. “Investigating the Sensitivity of Household Food Security to Agriculture-related Shocks and the Implication of Informal Social Capital and Natural Resource Capital: The Case of Rural Households in Mpumalanga, South Africa” ERSA working paper 470

2014-08-15

The Environment for Development Initiative: lessons learned in research, academic capacity building and policy intervention to manage resources for sustainable growth

Sterner, Thomas, Yonas Alem, Francisco Alpízar, Cyndi Spindell Berck, Carlos Chávez Rebolledo, Johane Dikgang, Stephen Kirama, Gunnar Köhlin, Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Alemu Mekonnen and Jintao Xu. 2014. “The Environment for Development Initiative: lessons learned in research, academic capacity building and policy intervention to manage resources for sustainable growth.” Environment and Development Economics 19:3: 367-391.

Pages