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Carbon sink reforestation projects : a community perspective from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Climate change has exacerbated environmental degradation processes, causing an imbalance in the natural concentrations in atmospheric greenhouse gases. This has resulted in a myriad of socio–economic effects which have ...
The utilisation of the WET-Health and WET-EcoServices tools in the application of Wetland decision making.
Wetlands serve many purposes in the landscape and are under increasing threat as a consequence of urbanisation despite their importance directly and indirectly to humans. Through an evaluation of the suitability of the ...
Linking ecosystem goods and services to sustainability, risks and opportunities : informing decision-making in the Msunduzi Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Sustainable development’s wide scale adoption has resulted in the rapid emergence of the field Sustainability Science. This trans-disciplinary field of research attempts to understand the interconnectedness, relationships ...
An assessment of land cover change patterns using remote sensing : a case study of Dube and Esikhawini, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
During the past two centuries, land cover has been changing at an alarming rate in space and time and it is humans who have emerged as the dominant driver of change in the environment, resulting in changes of extraordinary ...