We are very happy and proud to have finalised the film of our musical theatre “As die see byt”, co-produced with The Rainbow Exchange, and the documentary “The making of…” that goes along with it.
Congratulations to Casey Lyttle, who has published her MSc research in Fisheries Oceanography! Examining high-resolution wave model outputs from 1997 to 2013, she shows that summer nearshore wave heights have increased.
We were encouraged by a broad stakeholder meeting convened by Minister Barbara Creecy this week, in a concerted effort to reach a decision around fisheries closures around breeding colonies of the Endangered African Penguin.
We are very happy for having been selected as a partner in the OC-NET project, officially endorsed by the UN for its contribution to the Oceans Decade. Louise is co-ordinating the UCT contribution. Read more here.