CSAG internal management
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Climate & Weather
Current and projected state of Big Six dams
Current season’s rainfall in Cape Town
Climate Information Platform
Rainwater harvesting toolkit
A National Assessment of Potential Climate Change Impacts on South Africa’s Hydrological Yield
Transforming African Cities in a Changing Climate
Investigating Predictability of Seasonal Anomalies for Societal Benefit
The Development of an Integrated (Early Warning) System for Hydrological Drought Prediction in South Africa
Seamless Forecasting of Rainfall and Temperature for Adaptation of Farming Practices to Climate Variability
2018 State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World Report
Defining South Africa’s Climate Change Adaptation Research Agenda
Assessing Sustainability and Effectiveness of Climate Information Services (CIS) in Africa
Improving Methods for Communicating Climatic Uncertainties to Aid Decision-Making
African Water Adaptation through Knowledge Empowerment (AWAKE) Project
Adaptation Thought Leadership and Assessments (ATLAS): Advancing Climate-Resilient Development
Feasibility of a Climate Change Spatial Risk and Vulnerability Study for the Western Cape
Climate Risk Narrative Research Project
“Telling Stories with Data”
Future Resilience for African Cities and Lands (FRACTAL)
The Co-Ordinated Regional Downscaling Experiment – CORDEX
ASSAR: Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions
Wind Atlas for South Africa (WASA) Phase 2
Seasonal hydrological forecasting in South Africa
Representing variability in local response types to synoptic states within a stochastic weather generator
LUC4C: Land use change: assessing the net climate forcing, and options for climate change mitigation and adaptation
CSAG WINTER SCHOOL 2019
SAREP Project Showcase
November 11, 2013
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What Cape Town learned from its drought
So when is it going to rain?
What is it going to be?
A blog about not knowing
Waiting for the rain…
How severe is this drought, really?
Last month CSAG celebrated!
The walk of life with brothers in arms
Are rains good this season?
The sociable scientist
The Thirst: It calls for a lifestyle change
Talking past each other
What is a successful climate service?
CSAG 2017 Internship Opportunity, Apply Now
The other side of Uncertainty
To fee or not to fee?
SASAS 2016, First call
His brow furrowed, as if he’d just been listening to his own voice and hadn’t understood it.*
Vacancy: Academic Coordinator for the Future Resilience for African Cities and Lands (FRACTAL) project.
Objectivity: the hardest material in the universe