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GPIR Policy dissemination Workshop

Date: 14th September 2023; Time: 8:30 AM to 14:00 PM; Venue: Sheraton Hotel, Pretoria

Green Book –The economic effects of climate change on settlements

The projections of the effect of climate change in Africa have painted a picture, not only of significant economic losses, but also of the potential to significantly alter economic structure. Certain sectors are projected to expand in certain localities, such as mining in most of Mpumalanga and the water sector in most of the country.

  • Nicholas Ngepah and Charles R. Djemo (African Institute of Inclusive Growth)
  • CSIR/BE/SPS/ER/2019/0007/
  • Ngepah, N & Djemo, C. R. 2019. Green Book – The economic effects of climate change on settlements. Technical report, Pretoria: CSIR & AIIG.

Unpacking effectiveness of lockdowns in African countries

Prof. Nicholas Ngepah on IMF, World Bank meetings

Fuel price hikes in South Africa in 2017

Reversing Fragility in African Economies Through Inclusive Growth

#BBCSummit which addressed radical economic transformation.

'You can’t just wake up in the morning, declare lockdown

Consider poor counties first for non-pharmaceutical measures.

Why lockdowns don’t work in South Africa 29 July 2021.

Why lockdown in Africa doesn’t work.

In an African pandemic it is more productive to consider lockdowns, after using other non-medical measures first.