CAR’s work in the area of environmental/ sustainable development policies is internationally recognized. The Lauder Institute of the prestigious University of Pennsylvania (USA) has ranked CAR 50th leading environmental policy think tank in the world in 2016 (out of 95 global think tanks) and 5th in Africa. For more information please visit; http://repository.upenn.edu/think_tanks.
Botswana’s Ministry of Minerals, Land Management, Water and Sanitation Services (MLWS) hosted more than 200 stakeholders on the 20th of March, 2017 for the annual ‘Water Pitso’ as part of a series of events to commemorate World Water Day. This year’s Pitso was themed “Sustainable interventions to address water losses.” Pitso is a Setswana word for ‘consultation,’ which […]
Interview with Tshepo Setlhogile and Jaap Arntzen on Water & Energy Accounting in Botswana under the WAVES programme: WAVES Newsletter 42, March 2017 (www.wavespartnership.org). WAVES stands for ‘Wealth Accounting and Valuation of Ecosystem Services Programme’, which is carried out in 8 countries worldwide. New WAVES countries include Zambia under the second phase of the programme.
Jaap Arntzen was part of a World Bank team that undertook an identification mission for a ZAMBIA-Wealth Accounting and Valuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES) Program from February 20-24, 2017. During the mission, discussions were held with key institutions such as the Ministry of Development Planning, Central Statistics Office and Zambia Environmental Management Authority. The team […]
After using the previous website for a number of years it was time for a fresh look and feel. We hope you enjoy it and find it even more enjoyable to view and navigate than the previous one!
Mr. Leungo Leepile has left the Centre at the end of January 2017 to pursue a master degree in Nature Conservation at UCT. We wish him well and hope to see him back! 🙂