Towards a Low Carbon City: Focus on Durban
Knowledge for Coastal Governance
Unlocking the Green Economy in KwaZulu-Natal
Biographical sketch: Dianne Scott has a research interest in the field of environmental governance, environmental politics and sustainable urban development, with a particular focus on South Africa and KwaZulu-Natal. She and her post-graduate students have also worked with environmental civil society organisations undertaking action research related to environmental and social issues identified as critical to these groups. She is currently working on a critical analysis of South African environmental management policy and practice.
Leck, H. Sutherland, C. Scott, D., Oelofse, G. (2012) Social and cultural barriers to adaptation implementation: The case of South Africa, In: Masters, L. and Duff, L. (eds) Overcoming barriers to climate change adaptation implementation in southern Africa, Pretoria, Africa Institute of South Africa & Institute for Global Dialogue, p. 61-87. More
Baud, I., Pfeffer, K., Sydenstricker, J. and D. Scott. (2011). Developing participatory ‘spatial’ knowledge models in metropolitan governance networks for sustainable development. Chance2Sustain Literature Review No 1.
Kennedy, L., Robbins, G., Scott, D., Sutherland, C., Denis, E., Andrade, J., Miranda, L., Varrel, A., Dupont, V. and Bon, B. (2011). The Politics of large-scale economic and infrastructure projects in fast-growing cities of the south.
Chance2Sustain Literature Review No.3.
Godfrey, L. and Scott, D. (2010). Improving waste management through a process of learning: the South African waste information system. Waste Management & Research, September (Published online), 1-11.More
Brooks, S., Sutherland, C., Scott, D. and Guy, H. (2010). Integrating qualitative methodologies into risk assessment: Insights from South Durban. South African Journal of Science, 106, 9&10, 55-64.More
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