Research outputs

Access is provided to research outputs generated by HSRC researchers since 2000. All research outputs are provided free of charge to the public, with the exception of confidential reports. Where possible the full-text is provided for immediate download. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of an output which is not immediately available for download, please contact the Digital Curation Team at researchoutputs@hsrc.ac.za.

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Research outputs: CLIMATE CHANGE

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2021 Financing clean energy technology in BRICS cities: recommendations from renewable energy financing experts in BRICS

The role of cities in the battle against climate change must be strengthened. Considering the acceleration of urbanisation, the high numbers...

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2020 Potential and challenges of renewable energy development in promoting a green economy in Nigeria

There is an established link between the availability of reliable and adequate energy supplies and economic growth and development. Based on...

2020 Coastal challenges: mainstreaming climate action in the G20 development agenda

This policy brief explores and provides a holistic view of the existing practices, issues, and opportunities for a sustainable coastal manag...

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2020 Exploring beyond the conjunctural rhetoric: sociocultural drivers for the "cassava crisis" in Cote d'Ivoire

Despite considerable improvement of food security in low- and middle-income countries over the last decades, food shortages remain persisten...