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Painting South Africa's energy landscape for 2025
Existing electric power grids were not designed with today’s latest technology.They were not built to support a powerhungry,<br /> high-tech economy with greater energy efficiency and carbon emissio

Author: AAB South Africa
Organisation: AAB South Africs
Publish Date: 2010
Parched prospects II: A revised long-term water supply and demand forecast for South Africa
South Africa is overexploiting its water resources at the national level, as water withdrawals currently exceed reliable supply. Using the International Futures forecasting system, this paper predict

Author: Steve Hedden
Organisation: Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
Publish Date: March 2016
Participatory scenarios as a tool to link science and policy on food security under climate change in East Africa
Complex global issues like rising food prices, a changing climate, and predictions that a 70 % increase in food production will be needed by 2050 to feed the earth’s projected 9 billion people requir

Author: Moushumi Chaudhury, Joost Vervoort, Patti Kristjanson, Polly Ericksen, Andrew Ainslie
Organisation: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS)
Publish Date: April 2013
Partnering for Africa’s Regional Integration:
Regional integration is critical to accelerate progress in Africa. Most economies and markets in Africa are relatively small and isolated, and many are landlocked.Linking markets together will unlock

Author: The World Bank
Organisation: The World Bank
Publish Date: MARCH 21, 2011
Pastoral Innovation Systems - Perspectives from Ethiopia and Kenya
While there has been much discussion of the importance of innovation in African agriculture, remarkably little has focused on mobile pastoral systems. Everyone agrees that science, technology and inn

Author: Ian Scoones and Andrews Adwera
Organisation: www.future-agricultures.org
Publish Date: 2009
Payments 2020: Scenarios for dynamic evolution
A series of shocks have launched the global payments industry into a transition that promises to redefine parts of the value chain for years to come. In advanced economies, the financial crisis has d

Author: Abhi Dhall, Dan Ewing, Kausik Rajgopal, Tariq Shaukat
Organisation: McKinsey & Company
Publish Date: March 2011
Peace Operations 2025
The world of peace operations has changed tremendously in recent decades and will surely continue to do so in the future. That’s not exactly news. But how will it change? What will be the drivers and

Author: Tobias von Gienanth, Wibke Hansen, Stefan Köppe
Organisation: Center for International Peace Operations
Publish Date: 2012
Peak Oil and Our Future: How Energy Depletion Will Change Our Lives
Explains resource peaking and energy depletion and how this process is likely to affect us. Energy decline explains much of why nations and the global economy are behaving the way they are and why e

Author: Charles Douglas Craft
Organisation: Charles Douglas Craft
Publish Date: June 2007
Peak Oil and the Fate of Humanity
Peak oil does not mean that oil production ends. It refers to the maximum oil production capacity, after which oil production goes into a terminal decline until nearly ending by the end of the centur

Author: Hans Zandvliet
Organisation: Hans Zandvliet
Publish Date: January 2011
Peak Oil Futures: Same Crisis, Different Responses
Looks at the world’s possible reaction to peak oil by analyzing the experiences of 3 countries that experienced oil disruptions in the past and derives clues from their respective handling of the cri

Author: Jorg Friedrichs
Organisation: University of Oxford
Publish Date: 2012
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