Climate Systems Analysis Group

CSAG is the climatology research group hosted in the ENGEO department at the University of Cape Town. CSAG is a dynamic group of multi-disciplinary scientists with research projects linked to all aspects of the climate system.

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Vulnerability

Guidelines and tools for assessing the social and biophysical vulnerability to climate change.

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Climate Adaptation Learning Resources

Training modules on climate analysis, vulnerability assessment and adaptation planning.

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FRACTAL

Co-exploratory climate risk workshops

The paper describes a place-based co-exploratory analysis of climate risks.

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Engagements at the Maputo Learning Lab March 2017

Discourse analysis as a method for understanding urban governance

This briefing note is an introduction into the definition and method of discourse analysis and outlines its application within the FRACTAL focal cities.

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Framework for needs-informed research

This paper presents a framework for needs-informed research aimed at understanding the climate processes driving the African climate system's natural variability and response to global change.

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City government-research partnerships

This briefing note provides reflections on city government-research partnerships, from Cape Town and Johannesburg.

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Transdisciplinarity, co-production, and co-exploration

This working paper presents the concepts of transdisciplinarity, knowledge co-production, and coexploration and their challenges, and how they are being operationalised in FRACTAL.

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ProSus #3: Building resilience in southern African cities

The third issue of START’s ProSus Magazine features reflections, research and stories from the Future Resilience for African Cities and Lands (FRACTAL) program.

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