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COP17 - SAEON’s contribution toward understanding climate change impacts

With COP17, the spotlight falls on SAEON’s progress in providing information about the effects of climate change on South Africa’s environmental systems...

SAEON @ COP17

SAEON is participating in several COP17 satellite events, from a pre-COP17 voyage to climate change awareness events for learners...

Celebrating 30 years of research and observation in the Southern Ocean and Antarctica

SAEON’s Dr Lara Atkinson and Thomas Mtontsi participate in landmark pre-COP17 voyage...

Can SAEON still grow its business?

MD Johan Pauw signals SAEON’s strategic intent to grow its operations by establishing a national environmental monitoring service...

2011 Arid Zone Ecology Forum a raging success

The invaluable scientific contributions enable better understanding and prediction of the complex systems at play in arid environments...

Earth observations vital for detecting climate change impacts

GCOS provides observations of the Earth’s climate system necessary for detecting and attributing climate change...

Developing sustainability indicators for UNESCO Biosphere Reserves

This study will place the Kogelberg and Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserves at the forefront of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves...

2011 National Wetlands Indaba: “Act today – for a better tomorrow”

SAEON's Node for Grasslands, Forests and Wetlands ran a workshop inviting input from participants in guiding the development of the Node's wetlands monitoring programme...

SAEON’s pre-COP17 schools’ awareness initiative

The events were aimed at raising awareness about environment change and the significance of COP17...

Winners of SAEON Special Awards: Eskom Expo national finals

Two SAEON Special Award winners also scooped gold awards in the national finals...

SAEON science camp empowers future scientists

The science camps expose learners to the importance of science careers and sharpen their understanding of scientific inquiry skills...

SAEON Intern pays benchmarking visit to iThemba LABS

Busiswa Matyholo visited the iThemba LABS education outreach programme and learnt new skills in the process...

Indibano 2011 focuses on long-term multi-disciplinary research

The Indibano provided an opportunity for students to interact with leading researchers in a wide range of disciplines...

SAEON student participates in World Marine Biodiversity Conference

Shannon Hampton discovered that the technological advances in marine biodiversity are opening up whole new frontiers of study...

SAEON in the media

SAEON’s people and projects received coverage in a wide range of media...

 

The economic effect of climate change will be greater than the great depression and the two world wars combined. - Sir Nicholas Stern, Economist

Banner picture of hyaena and jackal courtesy of Erwin and Nicoleen Niemand. The picture appears in their book: "KALAHARI - Magnificent Desert".

 

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